By teaching homeowners to think like a burglar, Home Security NW is helping the public understand where their home security is weak and how it should be fortified against an intrusion.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) December 27, 2013
In the United States, over 2 million home burglaries are reported each year, and approximately 270 home intrusions occur per hour. Across the nation, homeowners who thought their homes were secure are finding they were gravely mistaken.
In order to help the US public better understand this threat to their homes and families, Home Security NW has recently released an article teaching homeowners how to break into their own home. By teaching homeowners to think like a burglar, Home Security NW is helping the public understand where their home security is weak and how it should be fortified against an intrusion. The complete publication is titled, “How to Break Into Your House,” and can be read by clicking here.
The article walks homeowners through the process of break-in and burglary, beginning with knocking on the door and ending with stealing their own valuables. Homeowners should try to find a hidden approach to their home, see if their house appears unoccupied, check for any spare keys hidden outside, and attempt intrusion at all points of potential entry. Finally, homeowners should quickly select items to steal, preferably expensive items left in the open.
Understanding a burglar’s thought process will better equip homeowners to make wise security adjustments. Home Security NW provides numerous options and services for effective home security protection.
About Home Security NW:
Home Security NW is a local home security company dedicated to keep you and your family safe. Their state-of-the-art equipment and affordable options make it easy to find solutions that fit a variety of home security needs, and they have some of the most affordable security packages available. Be sure to visit http://homesecuritynw.com/ for more information about home security systems and to receive a free quote.
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