Home Protection Guide: Protect Your House from Burglary Burlington VT
Your house is always at risk from thieves. To keep your home safe from burglars, use these home protection tips to secure your house and keep your peace of mind.
Guardsmark Llc(802) 863-1580
20 Kimball Ave # 201n
South Burlington, VT
South Burlington, VT
Fireprotec Fire & Safety Equip(802) 655-7070
226 S Oak Cir
Simplex Grinnell(802) 879-6149
310 Hurricane Ln # 2
Allguard Alarms(701) 774-0064
1201 East Broadway
Toner's Satellite & Audio(802) 893-0195
160 River St
Akal Security Inc(802) 660-0016
11 Elmwood Ave
J Cronan Assoc(802) 864-9200
332 W Lakeshore Dr
380 Boyer Cir
Security One(802) 893-2900
25 Petty Brook Rd
Centurion Alarm Services(281) 277-7070
10223 Fm 1464 Road
Home Protection Guide: Protect Your House from Burglary
How to Secure and Protect Your House
One effect of a recession that many people do not typically consider, is the rise in crime that these tough times tend to bring. Whether or not you believe your house to be sufficiently protected, it would be well worth the time to review and update your home security in order to effectively burglar-proof your house. This article offers tips and advice on some simple measures you can take in order to secure your house against possible thieves. 1
Evaluate What Needs to be ChangedWhen looking for a place to break into, burglars generally look for three things:
- 1. An easy entrance point.
2. Valuables worth stealing.
3. A Vacant home.
- Put yourself as best you can into the mindset of a burglar. If you were going to break into your house, how would you do it? Where is the most attractive place to enter? Are there any obvious signs for the house being vacant when no one is home? Do any of the doors or windows look like an easy entrance point? Are there any good hiding spots around the property?
- Consider inviting over a neighbor or friend to give you an evaluation of the strengths as well as weaknesses in your home security. Often, an objective view may bring overlooked issues to light.
- You could even try calling a local...