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Home Security in North Carolina

If you live in North Carolina, you may already be aware that the state has a much higher property crime rate than many other places in the United States. With the likelihood of becoming a victim of auto theft, burglary, or other property crime at 1 in every 32 residents, you may have even experienced this violation of your safety and privacy. Either way, you are likely wondering what can be done to improve your home security.

Several steps can be taken easily, quickly, and without significant expense. Commonsense, simple strategies are available to you right now: make sure to close and lock or latch all windows and doors when you leave your home, each and every time. Don't announce on social media that you are about to leave on a long vacation, and when you do take that vacation, ask your neighbor to take in your mail and newspapers at the end of the day. For a small amount of money, you can reinforce your doors with heavy-duty deadlocks and strike plates, and your window tracks with wooden dowels to serve as a backup to your window locks. You can also install bright exterior lights, with or without a motion detector, and keep your landscaping trimmed back from any entry points. Potential burglars want homes that are easy to enter and exit, with good hiding places near those windows and doors.

But, one of the best ways to protect your loved ones and belongings from burglary or home invasion is by having a home security system installed. Many affordably-priced packages are available that will give you 24/7 monitoring of your home?s sensors and alarms. If you travel regularly, you should consider a North Carolina home security package that includes remote-control technology; whether you are at school in another city or at work in another country, you can use your smartphone, tablet, or laptop to check the status of your alarm system, lock doors, or even close the garage door that you accidentally left open.

If you live in North Carolina, you can choose among a large number of home security experts who will help you keep your family and your property from becoming victims of property crime.

 

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