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Home Security while on Holiday

Have you taken adequate safety precautions to secure the contents of your home while you are on holiday? Crime statistics show that around 50% of all burglaries occur when a house or a flat is unoccupied.

The Risks of Leaving Your House Unguarded

Going on holiday is an annual occurrence for most people and much time is given for preparation for the trip. However, how much time do you spend on securing your property and possessions to ensure that you don’t return home to any nasty suprises such as a burgled house? It is vitally important that you consider the risks of leaving your home unattended for so long and implement precautions, some of which are quite simple, so that your home is left as secure as possible. This can be achieved by planning your home security ahead of your holiday.

A Few Simple Guidelines

Home Security taken care of? Ready for the Airport? Wait a Minute....

Just before you leave for your holiday, do a last minute check to ensure all windows and doors are locked including garage doors, side gates and sheds. Turn on the wireless burglar alarm if you have one. Make sure all of the above points have been considered. Maybe create a checklist for this last minute check and and tick off each area of security that needs checking as you go along.

With all this taken care of, have a great holiday and relax in the knowledge that you have implemented all these home security measures!


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