Is Your Home Secure?

January 31, 2018

Now that you're all moved in to your new home, you can focus on decorating, arranging your furniture, designing your garden, and other fun parts of being a homeowner. But don't forget to ensure your home has some protection, as well. 

Securing your home can bring peace of mind, even if the likelihood of a break-in is very low. Performing just a few upgrades helps to insure the safety of yourself, your family, and your possessions.

  • Change your locks. You may have done this upon moving in, but if not, make it a priority.

  • Install motion sensor lights in your front and back yards.

  • Put timers on some of your inside lights so they'll turn on when you're away and give the illusion that someone is home.

  • Consider an alarm system. Technological advances have made them cheaper and easier to install — even the wireless kind.



Keeping yourself safe and your home secure is so important. Ensuring you are financially secure is also critical to your well-being. When you're ready, I can help you review your home financing to see if there's a better choice for you and your family. Call me for a free financial review.

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