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Home Protection Tips
Install motion sensor lights around your home. The sudden light from any detected movement can deter burglars and unwanted animals.
Trees and bushes can be used as hiding places for burglars. Keep trees away from windows and bushes trimmed to waist level.
Do not keep ladders outside or other items that will allow a burglar to climb to the second floor. Lock them away in a barn or garage.
Never open the door to an unknown visitor. Install a strong screen door or a peephole so you can clearly see the person in question.
If you're away from home, try a security system with email alert notification. Activated by motion, the camera will automatically email pict…
Never tell anyone about your home security system. The smallest tidbit of information can send a potential thief to the Internet to find out…
Always keep your home security system turned on, even when you're at home.
Never advertise items inside your house. If you've just bought an expensive TV or computer, don't place the box outside with your trash. Tak…
Keep your mailbox safe and secure. Burglars can steal pivotal information about your identity from the mail.
Change the factory-set code to your garage door opener. Many burglars drive around searching for garages with openers still set to factory c…
Behind The Scenes
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