Top 10 Tips on Home Security (Part II)

In my previous article, I gave 5 tips on home security. Today, I’m revealing  the rest of them.

NO. 6 – Don’t Broadcast

Announcing your vacation plans on your social networks might earn your empty home some unwanted attention. So it is better not to broadcast any of your outing plans, because you will never know who may make use of your personal schedule.

NO.7 – Make Some Noise

Install a good alarm system which may deter a thief from entering your home. What’s more, visible burglar alarm notices are a great deterrent, so adding a sign to your garden and security surveillance warning signs on windows work perfectly. If the criminal feels there is a chance to be caught, they are less likely to move on.


NO.8 – Use Home Safes

Having a safe in your home is a wise investment since the prices of good home safes are falling. Store cash, jewelry and other valuables in a safe can add another protection to them.

NO.9 – Wield Neighbor’s Power

Neighborhood watch is excellent ways for communities to fight burglary. Good neighbors should look out for each other. Get to know your neighbors on each side of your home and the three directly across the street. By sharing experiences and tips you can strengthen your fight against house-hold crimes.

NO.10 – Adopt TENVIS IP Camera

Circumstances are that you may have done all the tips suggested above, but you still do not sure whether your home are be really safe. Do not worry, with the installment of an TENVIS IP surveillance camera you are adding a further deterrent. Plus, in the event of a break in, your camera will be able to help identify the criminal and possibly support their capture. The cameras can even be viewed from anywhere using a smart phone app, which may come in handy to ease our minds.

These tips may seem pretty simple and purely common sense but, by implementing these, you are making your home safer and much less desirable for criminals. That is, start with the basics when securing your home and then let technology take the strain.

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