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Inexpensive Ways to Secure Your Home

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Have resistant windows

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As you can easily imagine, not all burglars go through the front door and all openings in your home need to be protected. You must therefore have resistant windows (double or triple glazing) on a joinery itself robust and ideally you can opt for a treated glass to reinforce the safety. In this way, you will protect your windows effectively while knowing that of course, each window or patio door will have to be secured in this way for it to be really effective.

We are talking about windows and patio doors that are common to almost all homes, but this will also apply to other glazed elements that you may have, such as a veranda or a glass roof.

Security camera to monitor your home

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Nowadays, there are camera surveillance systems which are extremely sophisticated and which allow you to have on board (on your smartphone) a view of what is happening at home and management of your security system. remotely, just as it exists with many other elements of home automation (shutters, heating, etc.). With a surveillance of this type, you will set up a sophisticated system which will want to be, in addition to the two other points which we evoked previously, dissuasive and reassuring for your residence.

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