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6 Ways To Keep Your Property Free Of Intruders

6 Ways To Keep Your Property Free Of Intruders

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Decorating your property is a nice thing to do, but the downside is that it attracts thieves and other intruders. Because of the increased occurrence of intruders, many people have implemented security measures for their properties. There are numerous ways to keep intruders out of your property, and we have compiled a list of six of them for you.

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1. Put A Security System In place

Intruders will avoid your property when they learn a security system is in place to avoid being prosecuted or taken to court. Select a system that you are comfortable with, whether it is a simple DIY system or one that will be installed by a professional. You can ask the local police to help you check the security of your property. 

2. Use Home Automation

Modifying your property from a regular one to a smart one is a smart move. Home automation allows you to control your security cameras, lights, and other safety devices on a schedule. 
The good thing about this is that you will be notified quickly of any suspicious activity, so you can act quickly. 

3. Safeguard Your Doors

Fancy doors are popular these days, and many makers overlook security in favor of aesthetics. When purchasing doors and windows, inspect the frames to ensure that they are strong and secure. Make sure there isn’t a mail slot in your door that would allow an intruder easy access.
When you move into a house that has already housed another person, make sure to change the locks. Other options include installing a deadbolt and upgrading to smart locks.

4. Don’t Neglect Your Windows

It is dangerous to completely secure your doors and the compound where your property is located without also securing your windows. 
What if the intruders breach the security system? Robbery and burglary are becoming increasingly common in Perth and Western Australia. So, you should hire professionals to install Perth security window screens, which are installed on the outside of your window frame to keep intruders out. For added security, install a window sensor or plant prickly bushes near your windows.

5. Hide Your Valuables

When intruders break into your home, they are looking for valuable items that can be sold for large sums of money.  You can conceal your property by purchasing a safe box and entering a combination known only to you. You can also store important items in your garage or basement, where they will be securely locked.

6. Surround Your Properties with Security Cameras

Security cameras are becoming increasingly popular in our society. They are used by banks, shopping malls, sports centers, and even religious institutions. You can get security cameras that operate independently or as part of a security system. The significance of security cameras cannot be overstated. A security camera can help you get justice if someone has already broken into your property.

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Nobody wants to be the victim of an invasion. It’s not that difficult to avoid. If you take the precautions that have been outlined in this article, it will be extremely difficult for trespassers to enter your property. You can get by with just a couple of things, to begin with, and then expand later.

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