Maximize the Security and Safety of your Property

When it comes to home improvement project or any renovation project, many people forget the importance of empowering the safety and security of their properties. This should actually be your top priority. Whether you are planning to renovate your own house or the business premises, it is only advisable to provide maximum protection against intruders. In this article, we will provide some tips to help you sort things out and get that peace of mind that you deserve whenever you leave your property. Read on.

  1. Never let them know you’re away

Burglars are pretty cautious as well. They often choose the properties they want to break in. And of course, it would be easier for them to break in to those properties with no one’s around. The key here is to trick them by making your house look occupied whenever you leave. One way to do this is to set up automatic light timers in every area of your property. Check out the new lighting system that comes with efficient battery-backup. This can be very useful in case there is a power failure. Make sure to check the on-and-off cycle whenever you leave.

  1. Place deterrent signs around the house

Yup, placing deterrent signs around the house can make the intruders think  SECU0290_Property_security_markedtwice. Once they read those coil stickers and yard signs, they may think your house is equipped with security cameras and could make them feel uneasy and just back off. You can place a large yard sign at your front door or in front of your lawn. You can also add coil stickers to make it more effective.

  1. Install REAL security cameras

While placing yard signs or coil stickers is a good idea, it is always better if you have real security cameras around the premises. Having these cameras can help you monitor your property not only against intruders lurking around but also allows you to keep track of every activity happening within your property.

  1. Always have a list of emergency numbers

It is always better to have a list of contact numbers of the police department, fire department, and other important aide. Have them posted to a place where everyone in the house can see.

  1. Talk to your neighbors and get the community involved

Nothing beats a neighbourhood or a community who looks out for each other. Knowing that you have good and concerned neighbors will definitely give you that peace of mind. The best thing about this is that residents can easily pinpoint any unfamiliar faces lurking around the neighbourhood. Try to talk to them or organize a community watch program. Try to coordinate with local law enforcement agencies to establish a solid security system within the community.

090602 ATLANTA Nicholas Wilkins (LEFT)sales manager at VPS,  talks with VPS worker Richard Smith as Stanislav Viktorin works to secure a residence in Decatur Tuesday afternoon.Forget boarding up vacant property. The latest sign that a distressed property is in your neighborhood: metal cages over doors and windows. The steel covers are popping up all over town as the foreclosure crisis drags on. Banks and federal regulators that have taken over property are turning to the newfangled covers to prevent thieves from breaking in.  KENT D. JOHNSON / kdjohnson@ajc.com

Again, you will never know when these intruders may strike. These criminal can break in to your property anytime they want. This is why it is only advisable to take some time and inspect your property. Do your best to maximize security. Remember, the safety of your family and your property is within your hands. And it is always better safe than sorry!