How to protect your home against thieves? Imagine this: it’s late into the evening, you’re just about to go to sleep, and you hear the kitchen window creak. Footsteps. Someone’s inside, and you’re in a panic. It’s a terrifying situation to imagine, but it can happen to anyone.
Unfortunately, nowadays even your own house can’t be completely safe and protected from intrusion. But if you take care of your possessions, it can help you to save your valuables in the case of a robbery. So here are a few tips on what to do in this scary situation and how you can keep intruders out of your home in the first place!
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TIMESTAMPS: Get to know your neighbors 0:38 Don’t keep expensive things on display 1:09 Keep ladders and toolboxes locked up inside 1:39 Install motion sensor lighting 2:09 Keep your lawn trimmed while you’re away 2:55 Have your mail collected 3:40 Don’t publicize your vacation plans 4:04 Leave a bathroom light on when you’re away 4:38 Get a canine companion 4:58 Hide your valuables well 5:21 Cut down trees near a two-story house 5:48 Install an alarm 6:09 Don’t let strangers in 6:32 Keep a large pair of work boots outside your door 7:09 If you hear someone in your house, don’t turn on the lights 7:33 Keep it simple 7:55 Be careful with your trash 8:24
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SUMMARY: - Obviously, you can’t be home 24/7. That’s why you need some extra eyes on your house for when you’re away. So, get on friendly terms with those who live around you. - Showing off your costly stuff doesn’t do you any good. If anything, it only gives ideas to shady people. - Your home could be a full-on fortress fit with high-end safety technology and state-of-the-art door and window locks. But if you carelessly left a ladder outside for the day, you could come back from work only to find that your house has been robbed. - A flash of bright light in the dark of night may help you kill two birds with one stone. It’ll disorient the criminal for a few moments and give you a heads up that something’s going on in or around your house. - If your lawn is unkempt, it’s a clear sign that nobody’s around to tend to it. Hire someone to do it for you while you’re away so that the wrong people don’t get the wrong idea. - f your mailbox is brimming with newspapers, flyers, and other correspondence while you’re away, it also sends potential burglars a message that nobody’s been home for a while. - You can share vacation plans with your trusted people, especially if you need them to check in on your house while you’re away, but social media is definitely a no-go. - While burglars are more likely to break into a house from the first floor, they can see an opportunity in a tall-growing tree that looks right into a window on the second floor. - This sounds pretty obvious, but you shouldn’t forget that burglars love silence. They prefer to go about their business quietly so that they don’t bring attention to themselves. - A vast majority of burglaries are perpetrated by people who have been to your house before. - If you leave a large pair of work boots on your porch, they’ll get a potential burglar thinking that there’s someone home at the moment. - As much as you may love lavishness, you’d better at least keep it away from prying eyes. Burglars have a good eye for valuable items. - Yes, that’s right, your garbage can tell potential robbers what to look for in your house. For example, if you throw away the box from a brand-new flat screen TV, they’ll know you have one.
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