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Create the Perfect Plan to Protect Your Home

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Protecting your home is essential, especially if it’s both your family home and where you run your business. Not only might you have valuable possessions but important documents too. Fortunately, there are many precautions you can take to protect your home and make it less of a target for burglary.

Secure Entrance Points

You might be surprised by how easily a thief can break into your home. Even with everything locked up tight, a weak door or window is often easy to push in. Make sure your home’s entrance points are secure, starting with remembering to close windows when you don’t need them open.

Install Extra Security Measures

There are various other security steps you might want to take for extra reassurance. Security lights outside your home or cameras to record any movement can help to deter people from trying to break in. You might also want to have a camera inside your home.

Make Vacation Plans

When you go away and leave your home empty, it’s always a good idea to be cautious. There are ways to make it look like someone’s home, so your property doesn’t become a target for criminals. You might use a house sitter, having someone come in every day, or control your lights and blinds or curtains remotely.

Be Careful with Smart Tech

If you have smart technology in your home, be careful to keep it secure. There’s a possibility it could be hacked, which means people could get hold of your personal information.


RefiGuide to How to Stop Your Home From Being Hacked

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Ben is a follower of Christ, a rabid computer geek, small business owner, and breaker of things. He is married way above his station in life and has three wonderful children who have made driving him insane their mission in life.

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