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We all like to think that our homes are safe and protected from burglaries. We never think that we are the next victims, and somehow something like that will never happen to us. However, it is essential that we also take steps to help prevent a burglary from happening. Though we may not be able to guarantee preventing them completely, there are certainly ways to help cut down on the chances. Let’s check them out. 

Security System

First and foremost, it is important to install a quality alarm system in your home. Most experienced burglars know what to look for with a security system and some even know how to bypass or shut systems down once inside. Investing in a high-quality system that includes both alarms and surveillance can help to deter burglars and also minimize the damage they do if they do happen to still break in. It also makes it tremendously easier to identify and catch a burglar after the fact. 

Safe Storage

If you leave blinds or curtains open, make sure that any valuables you have are safely stored out of sight. It is a good idea to keep these put up somewhere not easily accessed as is, but while you are leaving your house unattended, it becomes even more crucial. 

Keep Locked Up

This may seem like a no brainer, but be sure to lock your doors and windows when they are not in use, and especially while you are gone. A large number of burglaries happen through open or unlocked doors. By making sure everything is locked up, you can reduce the chances of this happening. 

Keep Track of Keys

Be careful who you lend spare keys to. We assume that friends and family are trustworthy, but a friend of a friend may not be, or the key may end up in someone’s hand who it was never intended to get to. In addition, do not leave spare keys laying around your property. Burglars may not be stellar examples in society, but they aren’t stupid, and will likely find a hidden key fairly quickly. 

Eliminate Hiding Spots

Overgrown bushes and trees, high fences near entry ways, and dimly lit spots around the doors all allow burglars to hide away easily. Keep the landscaping trimmed, and the door visible at all times of the day in order to cut down on hiding places. 

As you can see, there are several quick steps that you can take that will help your home become less of a target for burglars. Though you cannot prevent every house break in ever, you can certainly reduce your risk of becoming a victim. If you are interested in investing in a quality security system for your home, contact our experts today! 

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