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It’s surprising just how much we take our home’s security for granted. Sure, there’s a door and a lock, but is that really enough to keep us safe from intruders? Of course not. It’s time to stop slacking and start taking our home security more seriously. After all, nearly everything you hold dear, from you family to your prized possessions are within those walls. And who better to give security advice and tips than an experienced, professional Locksmith Perth?

 

4 Simple Tips To Improve Your Home’s Safety & Security

Here are some basic tips to improve your home’s security.

  1. Change Your Locks

Anytime you move to a new apartment or house, the very first thing to do is to change the locks. You never know who else has copies of the keys, so it makes sense to change the locks. Knowing that you are the only one with the keys to the lock will give you peace of mind.

Another tip is to change all the locks, not just the front door’s. So, if you have a back door, a door from the garage to the house, and any other access points, be sure to change the locks on all of them. Garages are another very popular break in points for burglars.

  1. Install A Security System


Home security systems are so advanced these days. Investing in a basic system can go a long way in securing your house. Most burglars are looking for an easy job. The last thing they want to do is tamper around with a security system, try to dismantle it and then get into your place. Compare that with if you didn’t have any security system in place. Then your house becomes a beacon for burglars and miscreants, as all they’ll have to do is break into a window to access your home.

  1. Install Motion Activated Lights At All The Access Points

Two things that burglars hate the most are light and noise. Having motion activated lights at all the access points can act as a very good deterrent. It basically makes your house unpopular with anti social elements. They will move to easier targets instead.

  1. Keep Your Curtains Closed

While it might be tempting to pull open the curtains and let in some natural light, you need to remember that doing so will give anyone strolling outside a good view into your house. So, if you are keen on letting in natural light, a better idea would be to have sheer curtains that let in light while still offering you privacy. Day or night, always keep your curtains closed.

You don’t have to spend a fortune to make your home safe and secure. What you need to do is to follow the above mentioned simple steps, to take your home from vulnerable to more secure. If you are in need of locksmith services, whether it is for your home or auto auto locksmiths for your vehicles, do your reseach and find a professional, experienced locksmith. Never trust anyone other than a professional with your home or car, or you risk getting scammed.

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