Having a burglary is often a worse experience than you can imagine. In addition to getting rid of valuable things, the feeling that someone unknown has gone around and rotating among your belongings might be the hardest. On top of that, all the drawers and closets may be drained and everything is messed up.
There are two ways to prevent burglary. One is to make sure that the thief is not tempted to get into your house and the other is to make it as difficult as possible for the thief as it tries.
Collaborate with your neighbors
Sometimes the thief expands himself, for example, to craftsmen to make it easier to melt. Keep an eye out if you see or hear something different. Do you think someone looks suspicious, ask who the person should visit. A thief wants to avoid being recognized and often abandons the area.
Look over the patio door
Install motion sensors
Keep tools and tools locked
Keep in mind where you keep valuables
Document the most important
Keep the front door locked
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