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Tips for keeping your home safe

Tips for keeping your home safe

Sandown Bay Security

  1. Burglarize your windows.
  2. Lock everything up when leaving, even if it's for a few minutes.
  3. Change all the locks when moving into a new home.
  4. Get an alarm system and test your alarm at least once a month.
  5. If you lose your keys change your locks immediately.
  6. Install exterior lighting.
  7. Always appear as if someone is at home by keeping some lights on when leaving your home.
Tips for keeping your home safe

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