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Mar 22 2021

How to Ensure Your Home Is Secured When You are on Vacation

Everyone deserves to take a break and relax on a vacation every now and then, but it’s also normal to worry about your home when you are away. After all, intruders are more likely to attack while you’re away. So, how do you enjoy a peace of mind when you are on vacation? Top Atlanta Locksmith has a few tips to ensure your home is secured when you are on vacation. You are always welcome to call us with any of your questions or concerns. Our live representatives are available around the clock and our mobile locksmiths are on standby.

Start with The Basics

Some of this is going to be obvious, but it’s worth reiterating the importance of setting the foundation. Make sure all of the windows, doors, and garage are locked and secured. According to the FBI, around 95% of home invasions are committed through forceful entry through doors, windows, and locks. 

Before you head out, tightly close and lock all doors and windows. If any locks are compromised, then quickly change those locks. Top Atlanta Locksmith is ready to change your locks with same day service. We can replace rusty and worn out locks with new ones. Also, don’t just rely on locking the garage; check the door into your home from the garage as well because this is a vulnerable entry point as well.

Amp Up Your Security System

If you have the means, the consider amping up your security. Start with a camera and security system. Modern models come with live surveillance packages where a third party keeps their eye on the property. They will take the necessary steps if they sense a threat. This will save you from having to constantly check your phone for updates.

Next, consider motion sensor lights that trigger if anyone enters your private property. Even the fear of getting caught can scare away would be intruders. In fact, even if you do not have a security system, you should post a sign that says the property is under surveillance. Again, the psychology at play here is important.

Leave Signs of Life

Home intruders are emboldened when they believe the property is uninhabited. Giving the appearance that you are home is sometimes enough to keep intruders away. If you can, leave a car in the driveway and leave a light in the bedroom or hallway on to make it seem like you are home.

Also, avoid sharing your vacation plans online as potential burglars can stalk social media to track your whereabouts. Instead, post about your adventures once you have returned.

Get Friends and Family Involved

Get trusted friends, family, or neighbors to take care of your property while you are away. A buildup of mail and trash bins can be a strong indication for burglars that the home is unoccupied.

Call the Professionals

If you need a local locksmith’s assistance, then feel free to call Top Atlanta Locksmith. We are happy to provide services or even answer any of your questions.