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How To Improve Your New Home Security In 4 Easy Ways

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Improve Your Home Security In 4 Easy Ways

 

Home security is a top priority for all homeowners. Consequently, hearing about break-ins and burglaries in your community may be terrifying. A higher crime rate might affect your sense of security in your home and the value of your home. In addition, setting up adequate security measures also ensures that you and your family are comfortable at home.

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Here are some easy steps you should take right away to safeguard your new home so you can get back to the fun stuff.

 

Install a modern home security system

 

If at all possible, install a modern security system with alarm features. A security system will not prevent robbers from entering your home, but it may serve as a deterrent. It is advisable to choose systems that are not easy to detect and run on solar power. Purchasing a security system that isn’t easy to find would ensure that burglars cannot outsmart it. Also, if the system runs on solar power, your home is still secure during a blackout or power shortage. In addition, it can always be on without the fear of incurring high energy bills.

 

You can use hedges, thorny shrubs, and climbing roses as barriers

 

If not topped with deterrents such as barbed wire or spikes, walls or fences such as chain link fences can give intruders easy access to your home. A thief can climb a low wall with little effort, and a chain-link fence can be cut using a pocket bolt cutter. Hedgerows, on the other hand, can be significantly more effective.

Various bushes and trees are studded with venomous thorns, and a burglar would find it too difficult to cut through such a barrier. Some common examples are flowering quince (japonica), whitethorn (hawthorn), gorse, Holly, and berberis. Prickly hedges have the disadvantage of being difficult to cut, and the thorns can easily pierce heavy gloves. You can also plant and train thorny climbing roses or briars to climb walls and gates.

 

Consult a security company

 

Using the services of a home security company is one sure way of protecting your home – indoors and outdoors. These companies can provide effective security solutions and implement various security gadgets. These companies can also act as a swift response to suspicious activity, increasing the protection of your property.

 

Rent out a parking spot in your driveway

 

People who work away from home are common in many places. This means that most driveways and streets are generally free of pedestrian traffic during the day. In turn, they are a more attractive target for burglars. During the day, renting out your driveway will enhance traffic in front of your house, deterring robbers and giving the impression that someone is home. You could even be able to charge money as an added incentive. To avoid any premise responsibility claims from the driver, make sure you have a legal agreement evaluated by an attorney.

Your home is a valuable asset and investment. As such, it should also be a safe place for you and your family.

Therefore, it is imperative that it provides security and is secured from unwanted persons. The safety tips above should help you achieve this.

 

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Elise Ho
Ph.D., D.N. Psych.
Behavioral & Mental Health Specialist

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Dr. Elise Ho

Dr. Elise Ho

Dr. Elise Ho is a Holistic Health & Life Coach with a special interest in emotional health, life alignment, and energy flow.

Elise will partner with you to align your mindset, your energy, your home and your career so that you can live your life's desire with freedom and love.

Elise offers 30 years of experience and multiple certifications and degrees including a Ph.D. in Natural Health and a doctoral degree in Naturopathic Psychology.