Simple Lifestyle Habits That Deter Thieves from Breaking Into a Home - Tip Sheet by SecuritySystemReviews.com

The security professionals at SecuritySystemReviews.com created a list of tips that are simple and easy-to-follow and can be incorporated into a resident’s daily routine to prevent a home break-in.

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Incorporating these simple tips into daily routines can help prevent a home burglary from happening.

Jacksonville, Florida (PRWEB) July 01, 2013

While having the best home security system may be the optimal way to prevent a home break-in from occurring, there are other ways that residents can incorporate simple tips into their daily lifestyles that can help in preventing a home intrusion from occurring.

SecuritySystemReviews.com, a home security system review site, has put together a list of tips that residents can make into daily habits that are going to reduce the likelihood they’ll be the victim of a break-in at their home.

1.    It’s a good habit to always keep doors and windows locked, at all times. Often, before breaking into a home a burglar will “case” the home for a period of time leading up to the actual break-in. This will allow the criminal to discern daily habits, and a big indicator that a home is going to be vulnerable is if the resident frequently leaves access points unlocked. Even if a resident is just running out for a quick errand, the doors and windows should always be secured. This is also the case even if a resident is home. Home break-ins frequently occur when homeowners are present, so maintaining a daily habit of locking entry points is a great way to prevent a break-in. This is also a habit that should be taught to children.

2.    Watch where spare keys are hidden. Similar to the scenario with unlocked windows and doors, if a burglar has been watching a home they will most likely know where a spare key is hidden. Hiding keys under fake rocks or other easy-to-locate areas outside of the home provides the burglar with a prime opportunity. Make it a habit to leave a spare key with a neighbor, if necessary.

3.    Lights, noise and time are three of the biggest factors that play a role in deterring a burglary from occurring. It is the goal of most burglars to perform a robbery as quickly and quietly as possible, without being seen. Residents can prevent this from occurring by adding outside lights to a home and utilizing a home automation system to control electronic devices. This will allow a resident to appear as if they are home, even if they’re at work or on vacation. By making a home well-lit and seemingly full of activity, it’s less likely that a burglar will attempt a break-in.

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