6 Tips for Keeping Your Home Safe This Holiday Season

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It’s tough to believe it’s nearly April. Indiana Pacers Ah, Spring is a time for loved ones, comfort food and … burglaries?

Yes, burglaries. Maglie Los Angeles Lakers Adidas Running According to the FBI, nearly 400,000 burglaries occur annually in the US during in November and December alone! Apparently holiday travel + presents under the tree = a burglar’s dream come true. Maglia John Wall Adam Wainwright Authentic Jersey So if you’re planning to take a trip this season to visit loved ones, be sure to follow these holiday safety tips to keep your home protected and safe.

1. Don’t tell the internet
You’d never post a sign on your front door telling strangers you’re away, and you shouldn’t do it online either. nike tn requin If you’re out of town this holiday season, be careful what you post on Facebook and never share details like your home’s address or when you’ll be away. Also, be sure you switch off location services on social apps and sites and hold off on posting your IMG_2155vacation pics until you’re back at home. If you simply can’t wait until you’re back to share, adjust your social media settings so only your close friends and family can see your updates.

2. Yunel Escobar Jersey Post a sign
Another easy way to keep burglars away from your home is to post security and surveillance signage around your house. Nike Air Huarache Heren Fjallraven Kanken Classic According to a recent study, about 60% of burglars indicated that the presence of a home alarm system would cause them to seek an alternative target altogether. Fjallraven Kanken Large

Moral of the story study? Make your home look like it’s tough to break into and many burglars won’t even try.
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Your neighbors can be a great asset when trying to keep your home safe while you’re gone. If you’re planning a trip, ask neighbors you trust to take out your trash, collect your mail and keep a general eye on things for you. kanken Another easy thing they can do to make it look like someone’s home is to park their cars in your driveway until you return. chaussures de foot Nike The more the cars move, the better!

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On that note, another great way to make it look like someone is home is to put your lights on a schedule. Air Max 90 Dames With a Wi-Fi Smart Plug, it’s really easy to do. Zapatillas Air Max Nike Just plug a Smart Plug into any open outlet in your home, plug a light in and create on/off light schedules right from your smartphone or tablet.
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If you’ve been doing a lot of holiday shopping and have purchased big ticket items, be discrete when you throw away the packaging. Maglie Golden State Warriors Don’t put empty television boxes or Tiffany’s bags on the curb for everyone to see because nothing tempts a thief like the prospect of expensive gifts under the tree. Nike Schoenen Goedkoop On that same note, don’t post about all your shiny new toys online – burglars have Facebook too.
6. Use security cameras
Even if you’re followed all of this advice and have done all you can to keep your home safe while you’re away, it’s still nice to be able to check in on things to make sure everything secure. So my last piece of advice is to set up a Wi-Fi security camera so you can see a live view of your house from anywhere, anytime – right from your mobile device. Asics Gel lyte 3 Heren With a Wi-Fi Camera at home, you can enjoy peace of mind and stop worrying about what’s happening at home and start worrying about how to make room for a second slice of pumpkin pie.

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6. Asics Gel lyte 3 Heren Use security cameras

Even if you’re followed all of this advice and have done all you can to keep your home safe while you’re away, it’s still nice to be able to check in on things to make sure everything secure. nike air max 2017 femme blanche So my last piece of advice is to set up a Wi-Fi security camera so you can see a live view of your house from anywhere, anytime – right from your mobile device. With a Wi-Fi Camera at home, you can enjoy peace of mind and stop worrying about what’s happening at home and start worrying about how to make room for a second slice of pumpkin pie.

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6 Tips for Keeping Your Home Safe This Holiday Season

It’s tough to believe it’s nearly December. Nike Flyknit Uomo Pumpkin spiced lattes are back, sweaters are emerging from the depths of our closets and holiday travel plans are well underway. Fjallraven Kanken mini Before we know it, Thanksgiving will be but a memory and Christmas will be upon us.

Ah, fall. A time for loved ones, comfort food and … burglaries?

Yes, burglaries. Adam Wainwright Jersey Under Armour Pas Cher According to the FBI, nearly 400,000 burglaries occur annually in the US during in November and December alone! Apparently holiday travel + presents under the tree = a burglar’s dream come true.

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