How To (Cleverly) Secure Your Home Against Intruders
have to dig a moat around your home and install missiles on your
rooftop to keep the bad guys away. In fact, the missiles might suggest
you've got something very, very valuable inside. The DIY experts
at Q&A site Stack
Exchange chime in on a few ways to keep burglars from invading
your personal space.
How can I make
my home more secure? Right now we have a GE
Simon XT alarm system, but it doesn't respond to broken windows.
We put some PVC pipes in the tracks of the lower floor windows,
to be sure, but what other suggestions do you have?
(originally asked here)
- Don't have
anything valuable. Or at least, don't appear to.
- Look like
you care about upkeep and security. You don't have to outrun the
- Secure your
air conditioners if they're in-window. That's so easy to do.
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