How To Prevent Home Invasion

How To Prevent Home Invasion

How To Prevent Home Invasion

We all want to feel safe in our homes, but unfortunately, home invasions can, and do, happen. Fortunately, there are many different ways for how to prevent break-ins. This article will provide tips on creating a secure environment such as installing motion-activated lighting, keeping windows and doors locked at all times, and installing a surveillance camera system.

Additionally, the article will discuss other security measures you can take such as using smart locks and strengthening weak points in your home’s exterior.

Keeping your home safe and secure from intruders is an important part of protecting yourself and your family and reducing the possibility of a home invasion. While it may not be possible to completely eliminate the risk of a home invasion, there are steps you can take to greatly decrease the chances of one happening.

The most obvious security measure to preventing a home invasion is ensuring that all windows and doors are locked at all times. This includes both when you are at home or away. Installing strong, quality locks on all exterior doors is essential for keeping intruders out. You should also consider installing deadbolts on the exterior of your home as well as any sliding glass doors.

Additionally, you can use smart locks that allow you to control access to your home remotely via an app or voice commands through a connected device like Amazon Alexa or Google Home. Smart locks also have features such as auto-lock after pre-set time intervals, restricted access for specific people, and even integrated alarms that alert you if someone attempts to gain entry without permission.

How To Prevent Home Invasion

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Motion-activated lights are another effective way to deter home invasions, since they will turn on when someone enters a certain area outside your house, thus making intruders more visible. You can install these devices around strategic points outside your home such as pathways leading up to entrances, windowsills, and driveways so that intruders will be illuminated whenever they enter the vicinity of your house.

Additionally, installing a surveillance camera system around the perimeter of your property can help you monitor suspicious activity in real time while providing evidence if a crime does occur. (this is the one I use and highly recommend).

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Finally, it’s important to check for any weak points in the exterior of your home where an intruder could gain entrance such as broken windowpanes or unsecured vents or crawlspaces. Look for damage to locks and hinges too – if any is detected then get it repaired right away by a professional lock technician or carpenter so that intruders don’t find an easy way into your house.

Additionally, if you have outdoor furniture or anything close to windows that would allow easier entry to your house, make sure these items are moved far enough away from them so that they won’t provide easy access into the house from outside.

By taking these steps, along with other security measures such as installing safety window film and cut-resistant door frames, using additional security products like safes and reinforced garage doors etc., you can effectively protect your home against potential invasions by burglars and intruders alike – allowing yourself peace of mind knowing that you’ve taken every possible step available to keep yourself safe from harm’s way!

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About the Author: CHRIS J FRIESEN

Hey, my name is Chris. I am a gym owner, personal trainer, Certified Krav Maga Instructor, and passionate bushwacker, survivalist and prepper. I've been living on my 60 acre homestead in rural Canada for the last 24 years with my wife, 3 kids, 4 dogs and 5 cats. I spend much of my time gardening, raising chickens and other livestock, hunting, and honing my bushcraft skills. When I’m not working on one of my many projects, I enjoy relaxing in my hottub with a glass of good bourbon...