Tips for home security burglar

With the arrival of the holidays comes the most awaited time of year. These days when you can finally rest and relax with your family and friends, however, there may be something to break out that tranquility, and is the massive wave of robberies that, given the imminent and massive departure of the owners of households, become the order of the day. So, here we will see some tips to keep in mind to have our home burglar proof.

Where to go first?

The most important is the gate, and it is best to have an anti-theft door. They come in many types available to suit all budgets: armored, armored and safety you. The most common in homes are armored, whose plates can be made ​​of wood, metal or alloys.

So, there are some fundamental aspects in all antitheft doors:

  • The lock that to be safe, you should have a cylinder to prevent being forced to drill and supporting a maximum weight of 500 kg. These locks are usually system ‘block on all sides’, which makes a single key with four anchors closes at once. In addition, the keys should be computed so that no copies can be made.
  • The profiles must be steel, not to be damaged with a crowbar.

Then they tested the windows

In the case of the window, if we afford a more resistant crystals, the better. Otherwise, it is best to use crystals with double layer or protective film. Also, the windows of PVC and aluminum are much more resistant.

Moreover, to further ensure the window, you can install additional closing device

In addition, especially for the most accessible windows, it is best to install the bars. When doing so, keep in mind not to leave more than 12 inches of separation between them and, in addition, it is desirable to combine horizontal with vertical bars to avoid leverage.

Tips for home security

When we think about home security, most people think of alarms for thieves and nothing else. Alarms can be a great way to protect your home, but only a small part of what you can get to actually watch. Although you may not believe, the windows are a key point home security.

Those houses have windows tend to be poorly constructed raped, more than houses that have secure windows. When working on windows, make sure they have a thick glass and a padlock. When you leave home make sure the windows are locked. Although there are certain windows that are difficult to reach close them. Thieves live looting, and can be very resourceful when wanting to enter a house.

In addition to windows, doors tend to be the weak point of the security of each house. They must be strong and solid, and have a good lock it very difficult to force. If you have a spare key, be very careful where puts. Losing your keys can be very dangerous, especially if there is something in your keychain to reveal your address.

To protect their homes a safer way, most people invest in home surveillance system. These systems are used to monitor the home, and can generate recordings that you can save for later. If you travel a lot, a system of home surveillance can be an ideal way to monitor your home when you’re not so. The guard dogs are a common method of preserving security.

They can protect your home from criminals, thieves and other such problems. They are very useful because with its bark can prevent various undesirable situations. The only problem is that you must train them, care for them and make sure they are well fed.

Last but not for this less important, you can use burglar alarms. This type of items can be efficient to scare away thieves. If you set the alarm in a place that is visible from the exterior of your home, most burglars do not even try to enter. But, despite that are great for scaring thieves, you will need other tools to bring the security of your home to the maximum.

Tips for home safety

To prevent home accidents, it is necessary to take into account a number of tips and safety recommendations are described below:

Safety tips appliances

The key to safety is installing appliances. Everything should be perfectly properly installed by a licensed electrician, who knows how to implement codes, how to grounding and how to make connections for water, gas, plumbing and ventilation.

Similarly, recommends the following safety tips:

  • Do not use extension cords or modify the cord or plug.
  • All major appliances must be connected directly on separate electrical circuits and earth.
  • Unplug appliances for cleaning and for review.
  • Unplug small appliances after use.
  • Doors kitchen oven should not be used as a chair or ladder.
  • The temperature conditions must be indicated for each device.
  • Read the manuals to make sure you are using all equipment safely.
  • Do not sleep with your head near the electric clock (detach to 3 feet.) Due to possible carcinogenic effects of low-level electromagnetic waves, particularly affecting the head and shoulder area.

 Safety tips dishwashers, washers and dryers


  • Use only manufacturer’s recommended chemicals.
  • Do not allow children to climb or sit on the door.
  • If something falls below the lower rack, do not remove it until the machine has cooled. (At least 20 minutes after the end of the cycle.)

Washer and dryer

  • Chlorine not combined with ammonia or vinegar or oxide remover or any other acid. They can produce dangerous fumes.
  • Keep flammable liquids as solvents, gasoline and kerosene, away from the washer and dryer.
  • Hand wash and air dry any fabric that has been treated with flammable liquids, before putting it in the washing machine. It is known that some oily rags, set fire spontaneously within washers and dryers.

 Safety tips in the bathroom

  • If your bathtub does not have textured security install slip stickers. Remove and replace old, if you are taking off.
  • Install handles or support Stand next to the bathtub because they are good for the elderly and children.
  • Change the glass doors, tempered glass or Plexiglas.
  • Hair dryers, electric toothbrushes and other fixtures should be away from water. If someone is sitting on the edge of the tub and drops an electrical appliance is on, the result can be fatal.

 Safety tips pool at home

The pools are legally considered an “attractive problem” and if there is an accident, you will be the one they blame, not the guy who falls inside. Probably there are local regulations that ask you to hedge the pool and if not, do it anyway. The fence should have a door and an alarm system warning. Make sure the lock is childproof. Other recommendations and safety tips are:

  • Keep a lifeline, a lifeline and a hook rescue always available for any emergency.
  • Place posters with emergency rescue techniques in a place where they can see older children and adults.
  • Collect all that inflate and float when you go to leave the pool to prevent a child be tempted to return to pick them up.
  • Pique slip if you have tiles around the pool, especially if small children.
  • Clean up after parties for young children are not tempted to investigate what was left. Immediately remove glasses, bottles, jars and alcoholic beverages.

Safety tips on the stairs

  • If your staircase has no railing, install along the outside of the steps, or put a “floating” handrail along the wall. You can buy the rails on a lumber yard or in central building providers with appropriate clamps for installation.
  • Add a second handrail at the height of the children, if you have some at home.
  • The ladder should be lit from top to bottom, make sure you turn a switch from the colon; from above if you lose or below if it will go up.
  • Paint the top and bottom rung of the basement stairs with white gloss paint or yellow or neon. Help with a glance to see the beginning and end of the ladder.

Other tips for home safety

Carpets increase traction mats area with materials or carpet tape. The material is sold by the yard in stores carpets. Buy one that is a smaller than the mat inch. Put it on the ground and then cover it with the mat.

If using double-sided tape, buy enough to make ends meet for the perimeter of the mat, excluding fringe. Cut strips to fit and glue one at a time. To begin, peel only a foot upper backing from the tape then put the mat in place, press firmly. Continue on all four sides.

Tips for home exterior

Establish the habit of always park in your garage with the garage door closed. This will prevent potential thieves reach home and documenting their daily activities. The thief has no way to know if your house is occupied if the garage door is always closed, and will seek an easier target. Use common sense tactics to avoid being surprised by a burglar. Never leave notes stuck on the door for friends; this type of note will alert the thief on where you are and what time you will return.

Talk to a trusted neighbor and inform her when she will be out of town for a few days. Tell her to pick up your mail, newspapers, trash cans back to the backyard and perform tasks that will prevent intruders knowing they are away from home. Similarly, if you have a long trip, alert the police to monitor their home and cancel the newspapers and by mail.

Cut tall shrubs or bushes near windows or doors. Intruders can hide in them when trying to enter your home. Use shrubs with thorns and prickly leaves to prevent intruders seeking refuge in them.

Use motion detectors everywhere you think you need.  This alerts your neighbors that there are thieves from afar.

Apartment building safety tips

Leave any elevator in his apartment building immediately if a person enters suspicious looking. Stand close to the control panel, while the elevator so you can push all the buttons on the elevator if you feel threatened or attacked by an individual. The door will open on all floors, giving you the chance to escape or allow others to view you need emergency help.


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