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Home Protection

Are you looking for a cheaper way to protect your home inside and out?

You don't need those costly home alarm systems. Your DIY entire household security can be set up in just a few hours on a very low budget. Or perhaps you can also enhance the current system you are already paying monthly fees on. Just add a simple Wireless Motion Detector. These things are so easy to install, and only require a few batteries. They can alert you to intruders in your driveway, or use inside to monitor a room. Glass Breaker Alarms, Magnetic Door Alarms, Door Jamb Alerts.the choices are inexpensive and endless.

See what other safety and home protection items you can find below

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Do you have an alarm in your storage shed?

That is a great place to add a simple Motion Sensor Alarm to thwart off a would be burglar. Once the door is opened, a loud 105 db alarm will sound, alerting you that someone is trespassing, plus, it will scare off your would be thief. Protect your lawn mower and tools with a cheap and easy to use product. When you are opening the shed door, just enter your programmed security code and the alarm will not sound off. Another one of my favorites is an Alarm Padlock. This is a great device to place on your shed door or chain up your ATV with. A would be thief tampers with the lock and it sends off a loud 100 db alarm. That will surely scare them off!

Will A Motion Sensor Scare Off A Thief?

Burglars don’t like noise or lights. They prefer to pilfer your things at night when they can be more stealth. Most of the time, a thief will run as soon as his entry has been detected. Whether you place a Voice Activated System to alert you to outside activity, or an actual Motion Sensor type of alarm, in and around your home, you will enhance your entire household security and keep would be thieves at bay.

Do you want a good secret place to hide your valuables at home?

Here is another way to complete your entire household security system. Have you ever seen a Diversion Safe? A burglar spends an average of 8 minutes in your home. Burglars also head to the bedroom first. Why not make it difficult for them to find your money, or perhaps your favorite watch? These safes look exactly like the real product. Just insert your treasures in the hidden compartment and stick on the shelf with other like products, and it will surely go unnoticed. (You could stash your favorite snack from your kids in there too!)

Are you worried about children or pets drowning in your pool?

I don't know how any one with a pool could live without a Pool Alarm System. Not only will an alarm sound if a child falls into the pool, but your small pets also. Every year more than 900 children between the ages of 1 and 14 die in pool related accidents. Your children and pets are too precious to fall victim to an accident such as this. Let's protect them where we can, and enjoy a fun filled summer of splashing in your pool safely.

A good Inground Pool Alarm System rounds out your entire household security. Not only do you have to think of potential burglaries, but overall safety in general. Keep your loved ones from harm. Many states are enacting legislation that will require home owners to install some sort of pool alert. They are very easy to install, inexpensive and certainly an essential life saving device.

What Other Ways Can I Protect My Home From Theft?

1. A great burglar detractor is a large dog. Even if you don't have a dog around, you can make it seem like one is in the house, ready to pounce or wake the home owner. Place a dog bowl by the back door, or within view of an outside window. Or purchase a Dog Barking Alarm, that barks when it senses motion, even through a wall! Most would be thieves will avoid a house that they suspect has a dog inside.

2. Add motion lights outside. You can save money on the electric bill by the lights only turning on when the detect motion, plus it will alert you that something or someone may be in your yard.

3. Install perimeter fencing or large bushes to make it more difficult to gain access to your yard and home. By adding a few security cameras, you can monitor what is happening outside your home as well, from a safe distance.

4. Consider hanging shutters on your windows, instead of blinds or shades. They are modern and decorative, plus give added security, since they are hard and rigid, which makes breaking into your home more difficult. Thieves look for the easiest entry point. Usually the front or back door, which is also the best place to install a good Bullet Type Camera.

5. Start up, or join a Neighborhood Community Watch Program. Make sure to post signs around the area, to alert would be thieves that you and your neighbors are keeping a vigilant eye on each others homes, children and pets.

6. Never leave cardboard boxes of your recent large item purchases, like a brand new HD flat screen television, or gaming system out by the curb. Burn the boxes, if possible, or try to condense them and place on the inside of your recycle bin, so as to attract less attention. Why advertise that you have some neat stuff in your home, all set up and ready for the taking?!

7. Never leave a spare house key near the door. Burglars look around that area first, to gain an easy entry. Give a spare key to your neighbor, or install a keypad entry system if you are prone to forgetting your keys and locking yourself out.

8. Add home security decals and signs to your windows, doors and property. These simple signs will alert a trespasser that you have your home protected and will certainly make them think twice about entering your personal space.

Thinking of your entire household security, you can see that you don’t have to spend a lot of money to protect your family and your home from harm, or theft. There are so many inexpensive and easy to install items that any Do-It-Yourself homeowner can purchase and utilize. Just use your head and think like a thief. Look around your house. Where would you try to break into your house, if you were a burglar. What areas would you avoid and why? This will help you decide which home protection devices would be best for you and your family.