One could never be too safe and secure, especially when it comes to home
security systems. The moving process can be draining and distracting but don’t
forget that there are numerous ways to protect your home and all your
valuables. Don’t let your valuables or your family rest in the hands of your
town’s common police force. Take precaution. How you go about protecting your
home and everything in it is up to you of course, but keep in mind the wide
array of options that sit in front of you.
Depending on how much money you’re looking to spend, you could have your
regular indoor security, or you could have some outdoor security. Your windows
could be protected with grilles or iron gates. Closed Circuit TV, otherwise
known as CCTV, would allow you to monitor your premises from your own home. If
you would want take a little precaution without putting a dent into your pocket
is simply placing those fun ‘Beware of Dog’ signs on your front lawn, or signs
indicating your home is protected by your neighborhood home security systems.
If you’re a pet lover, you could delve into the guard dog industry and use a
gristly canine patroller.
One of the most basic forms of security for every home is a deadbolt lock. Every external door in your home should be using a deadbolt lock, and when you move into a new home you should make sure to replace the ones that are currently installed.
Indoor/Outdoor Security Systems
Indoor security systems obviously monitor the behavior inside your home, which
is normally, if not always conducted with motion sensors. Indoor systems are
usually placed and installed in the doors and windows.
Outdoor security systems monitor your grounds with flood lights. Thanks to our
modern technology, the systems are able to detect the height and weight of
anyone partaking in suspicious activity.
If you decide to place grilles or iron gates on your windows, make sure you have
a plan b just in case those forms of protection do not hold up.
Closed Circuit Television allows you to be one step ahead of anyone who tries to
put you in danger. CCTV has the ability to monitor and even record something
you might be suspicious of. CCTV is the result of fiber optics, electrical
cable and a television signal; it’ll allow you to watch several areas around
your home from one room.
Whether it’s a ‘Beware of Dog’ sign or one of those ‘This home is protected by
neighborhood security’, even if you do not have a dog or any security
protection, these signs should be able to thwart off any novice thieves.
There are specific hinges for doors called setscrews that prevent the hinges
from being popped out of place like normal hinges once the door is closed, this
is the case for exterior swinging doors. It’s a primitive form of protection
but durable nonetheless.
If you want a pet and a body guard, a guard dog may be the way for you.
Dobermans, German shepherds are examples of guard dogs. However, you must be
careful when it comes to purchasing a guard dog because some dogs may just be
watch dogs. Watch dogs alert people by barking at intruders. Guard dogs will
attack intruders. Other examples of guard dogs are
American Pit Bull Terrier
Whatever route you decide to take make sure price isn’t your number one
priority. There are many options in securing your home, evaluate as many as you
can. You don’t want to wake up one night to suspicious sounds coming from your
living room because they were able to manipulate your affordable home security