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Suffering a home invasion is a very upsetting thing to happen. Having people who are strangers to you infiltrating your home can be a difficult thing to accept and move on from. On top of that of course, there is the concern that you might suffer a personal loss to your possessions and/or money. Burglaries and home invasions are a fact of life; inevitably you will get unscrupulous people who wish to take advantage of other people’s wealth and material possessions. As a result, it is important to take preventative action in order to stop it from occurring in the first place.
Many people become lax with their security principles as they grow comfortable in their homes; they might think they’ve found a really safe place for their keys under a discreetly placed plant pot or under a brick. Burglars and opportunistic people are inevitably looking for these types of places so therefore it’s dangerous to leave your property open to such easy methods of gaining access. The people at Senator Windows have put together this useful infographic which details 10 simple ways that you can help to prevent a home invasion. These tips on how to make your home more secure are practical methods and many of them won’t cost a cent!