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Experiencing a home break-in can be devastating, because you not only lose personal possessions but also your sense of safety in your own home. Thankfully, there are easy things you can do to better protect your home, family and possessions - implement these valuable insights and tips gathered from the experience of former thieves.
  1. Always set your home security system, both when you are home and when you leave. It doesn’t do you any good unless it’s on!
  2. Don’t share your upcoming vacation plans with anyone who doesn’t need to know.  That includes your hairstylist, bank teller or social media community. Burglars often work with informers who can’t wait to share that you will be out of town.
  3. When you are out of town, make sure your home still looks like people are around. Have someone collect your mail and newspapers. If it’s wintertime, have a neighbor leave tire tracks and footprints in the driveway. During the spring and summer, hire a lawn company to keep your grass cut.
  4. Keep your valuables out of the master bedroom, because it’s the first place thieves will look. Placing your things in sock drawers, under the mattress and on high closet shelves won’t keep them safe. Make sure they are in unconventional places throughout the home.
  5. Don’t leave leftover electronics and appliances boxes outside. For example, if an expensive refrigerator or TV box is left sitting outside, it’s a clear signal to a thief that this home has good stuff inside. You can always ask the delivery company to take the boxes and packaging with them or take the boxes directly to the recycling center.
  6. Shred or burn bills, statements and any documents with sensitive information. Thieves can and will go through your trash in order to steal your identity.
  7. Remove door flyers right away - burglars will sometimes leave them to see if anyone is home. Go the extra mile and check out the advertised company. If it’s bogus, there’s a good chance a burglar left the flyer. Make sure your neighbors know to exercise extra precaution.
  8. If you have landscaping close to the house, keep it low so it doesn’t provide any coverage for a burglar wanting to hide while he breaks in through a window.
  9. Answer the door while you are home. Burglars will often ring the doorbell or knock before trying to enter during the day. If you are alone, pretend to be on the phone when you open the door.
  10. If you have strangers in the home, check the doors and windows after they leave. Thieves or their informants will often unlock a door or window for easy access to the home later on.
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