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KEEP YOUR HOMERS SECURE
The best way to protect your home from the outside is to survey it with the eyes
of a burglar. If you can easily tell that a window could be pried open, a thief will definitely be able to come to the same conclusion. You can even contact your local police department and they’ll
provide a courtesy home assessment that can help you identify your home’s weak spots.
While you’re checking for vulnerable spots, take note of any expensive electronics, art, or furniture that is easily spotted through
windows. You don’t have to redecorate your entire home to keep expensive items out of sight, but it doesn’t hurt to make small adjustments where you can.
Any open exterior window or door is an invitation for burglars to easily enter your home, so
keep them shut and securely locked whether you’re home or not. Don’t underestimate strong window locks, and update them if needed. Thieves know how to spot weak locks that would be easily forced
open. Make sure exterior doors have deadbolt locks. Sliding doors should have vertical bolts and a metal or wooden rod in the track to prevent being forced open or doors being lifted off the track.
Never leave your home without locking the front door, no matter how brief your trip. Even if it’s pouring rain, don’t forget to take the extra moment to lock up. Burglars don’t take days off due to
Prevent easy access to the back and sides of your home by installing locked gates, 2 metre minimum fencing or walls. Trellis topping also
makes climbing difficult. Security lighting can be used to make offenders feel vulnerable and observed.
Illuminate high risk areas and make sure it’s easy for you to see people approaching. Fit padlocks and hardware to shed and garage doors.
Securely lock all doors and shut all windows before leaving the house. It’s easy to forget when you’re in hurry, but it’s the simplest way for a burglar to enter your home. Never leave keys anywhere
near the front door, including your letterbox; burglars know where to look. Make sure that passers-by can see the front of your home so that a burglar can’t work without being seen. Remove and secure
items that may be used to break in or climb up such as ladders and garden tools.
A home that looks empty is far more likely to be targeted by a burglar, so it’s worth making sure your home looks occupied. Do not close
your curtains during the daytime; this can suggest your home is empty. Use automatic timer-switches to turn on a light and perhaps a radio when it goes dark, even if you are just going out for a
couple of hours. If you’re away for longer periods of time, cancel any newspaper or milk deliveries. A pile of post on the doormat is a clear sign that you are away. Ask a trusted neighbour to clear
your post away, or use Royal Mail’s “keepsafe” service; they will keep your mail for up to two months. A neighbour may also be able to help you by opening and closing curtains and even parking their
car on your driveway. Work with your neighbours to keep an eye on each other’s security, Neighbourhood Watch groups are good for this. And of course, make sure that you lock all doors and windows and
set your burglar alarm if you have one