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Home Security in Oklahoma

If you are a resident of Oklahoma, you should be aware that the state has a higher property crime rate than many places in America. With your likelihood of becoming a victim of burglary, auto theft, or other property crime at 1 in every 31 people, you may have even experienced such a violation of your property and privacy. What options are available to you to increase your home security?

Logical, simple strategies can be put in place immediately: obviously, close and lock or latch all entry points such as doors and windows every time you leave home. Avoid public or social media announcements stating that you are leaving on a long vacation; when you are going to leave for a long period of time, a neighbor can be asked to take in your mail and newspapers each day. At your local home improvement retailer, you can find inexpensive products to reinforce doors (e.g. heavy-duty deadlocks and strike plates) and windows (e.g. wooden dowels in horizontally-sliding window tracks). You can also keep your landscaping trimmed back from any entry points and install exterior lighting, as potential burglars want homes that are easy to enter and escape, with hiding places near those entry points.

However, one of the most effective ways to protect yourself and your belongings from burglary is with a home security system. Many affordably-priced packages are available that will give you 24-hour monitoring of your system's sensors and alarms. If you frequently travel, you might want to consider an Oklahoma home security package with remote-control technology; whether you are at school or at work, you can use your phone or laptop to enable your alarm system, lock doors, or even see via live camera feed what is happening at home.

If you live in Oklahoma, you have a large number of available home security experts who will help you avoid becoming a victim of property crime.

 

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