Are you waiting for the next time they try to do a neighborhood burglary before you decide to install a few security methods in your home? We hope you’re not and that you’re here to prioritize the well-being of you, your physical assets and your family. We know that the expense of security cameras, alarms and all those types of systems is overwhelming, but what would you think if we told you that you can solve all these problems by prioritizing your security with your personal anti-theft systems that you already have in your home? That’s right, we’re talking about your locks, your windows, and one or two extra measures.
Locksmiths have everything you need to feel like you are in a home and not in a danger zone where you have to watch for any movement or listen to any sound. But we won’t just tell you, we’ll prove it to you.
Change your locks
Many times we ignore the things that are deteriorating more and more until they are damaged and it is inevitable to change them, but in this case it is a little dangerous to opt for this bad habit that could be leaving us available for thieves.
If your lock is more than four years old, it’s time to update it, and even more so if it doesn’t have an anti-bumping system, is not smart or if it’s already starting to rust more and more.
Install a safe
No, safes aren’t just for businesses. In fact, it’s very smart to implement a small one in your home so you can stay organized with your jewelry, important papers and even savings. Its installation is not very scandalous, so the neighborhood will not suspect anything, and you will be able to keep your most valuable things well hidden.
Secure your windows
In fact, it is estimated that the majority of burglaries in the U.S. occur because of a direct entry to windows, lack of locks, mostly snap-lock windows, and even though it may not seem like it, this is a serious problem.
Putting a lock on windows is not as difficult or as expensive as it sounds, ask your trusted locksmith or get a new licensed one who can guide you on this.
Install a smart lock
An excellent option would be to install one that can be controlled remotely so you can link it to the other security systems that we imagine you want to install such as security cameras, alarms, etc. They are the best thing that could have happened to the world of busy people who need to check what is happening at home, and if installed with a sensor or entry control much better, because you can know who and at what time entered your home in your absence.