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8 Home Security Hacks Every Household Should Learn

Posted 06/20/2014 12:13 am by

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Your home is your refuge and safe haven away from this chaotic world. With this said, of course, coming up with effective ways to secure your home is undoubtedly one of your top priorities in life. This priority comes in light of the alarming growing rates of criminal home intrusion activities that have been taking place in every corner of neighborhoods of different backgrounds.
More than 2.2 million robberies occur every year in the United States alone, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. You’ve got to admit, these figures have got to increase your drive to enhance your home security systems more than ever.

There are several ways to protect your house against intruders that won’t cause you any extensive hassle to implement. Being in the know on how to smartly implement these security hacks will save you from the aches and pains of constantly worrying about your home safety.

Sirens come to the rescue

 

Siren driveway entry alert alarms scare off burglars when they first attempt to break into your house. The intimidating sight and the loud sound that emanate from the siren alert the burglars that the house owner and the neighbors nearby are in the know of their attempted intrusion. Subsequently, burglars will likely leave your premises upon hearing the siren sounds off, before the police arrive at the scene.

Driveways are one of the burglars’ main targets, because they are the places where burglars enter through your house. It would be best to place a very loud sounding device in your driveways to stop home intrusions before they even happen. Sirens save you the hassle of having to undergo physical fights with burglars. Additionally, having a siren means you won’t have to beat the busy signal when you pick up the phone to call 911.

 

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