The bottom line is a good door is your home’s first line of defense against brazen criminals. This is why I want to share some stronger options for your front door.
The thing is having a security system with cameras can be a huge deterrent for criminals. But your system is worthless if it’s not set up properly and the devices are not placed in the right areas.
Every 15 seconds, a home in the U.S. is broken into. While most intruders go through the front door, there are a significant number of burglars who break in through the garage. So here are five security measures I recommend.
Not only do criminals look for homes with lax security, they also look for homes with signs that indicate there are valuables worth stealing. Find out how to avoid this mistake and more in this week’s mailbag.
Most people purposefully choose a secluded area for their bug-out location so they won’t have to contend with outsiders. So today, I want to share with you five ways to help keep your bug-out location secure when you are not using it.
Welcome to another edition of the Weekly Drop. As spring turns to summer here in the States, it’s tempting to keep your windows open to enjoy the fresh air before it gets too hot. But you may be putting yourself and your family in danger.
As spring turns into summer and the weather gets warmer, you will start to see more door-to-door salespeople. Here are three common door-to-door scams to watch out for. These people may not be who they say they are…