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The Top 5 Worst Places to Hide Valuables in Your Home

It can generally go without saying that nobody really wants to think about their house being a target for a burglary. However, there’s always a chance that this can happen, and it is something you should be wary of. There are a few things that can make your house more appealing to aspiring burglars, such as having your valuables out …

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What’s the Best Way to Store Your Passwords Offline?

Passwords have been used as a safeguard against others obtaining information throughout history. The less people who know a passcode or phrase, the more secure the information becomes and the less likely it will ever turn into public knowledge.  During the course of history, in order for a password to be secure, it was always recommended to not write the …

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11 Hidden Safe Ideas to Protect Your Financial and Sentimental Valuables

Whether your home feels safe or not, it’s never a bad idea to have some hidden safe ideas to explore because even if you do have a state-of-the-art wall safe, it’s likely going to be noticeable. In the event of home invasions when a burglar knows there’s a safe there for valuables, they’ll demand you open it. That’s where they’ll …

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How to Prevent Mail Theft (And What to Do When It Happens)

Recently in our area, it seems that mail theft has become a common issue. On the local news, there have been numerous reports of people getting their mail stolen in neighborhoods close to where we live. Nothing is worse than having a gift for your child stolen from your doorstep by some low-life criminal. Equally as bad is having your …

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Preventing Garage Door Break Ins (12 Simple Steps to Take Today)

There are over 4,000 burglaries a day in the United States alone, which almost 70% of correspond to residential burglaries. While this may sound scary (and it is), there’s no reason to live in fear within the walls of your own home. When burglars canvas a neighborhood, they’re looking for a couple of things. One, they want to find an …

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14 Simple Steps to Secure Your Basement Windows

When it comes to home security and keeping your family safe, it’s important to consider all entry points into your house. One of the easiest entry points that many people don’t consider is through your basement windows. If you live in an apartment or live is an area that has a warm climate all year long, you might not have …