While we provide the products and services necessary to protect your home, office, or car, we also educate our clients on simple steps they can take to protect their homes. Burglars can be crafty, but we’ll teach you how to be craftier when it comes to protecting your home with methods that cost you next to nothing.
Exterior Security Precautions
Windows, skylights, pet doors, patio doors, garage and carport access doors, upper level balcony doors and small bathroom windows are common forced entry points for intruders. We encourage customers to remove trees or branches that give burglars access to upper levels. We also advise our customers to always leave some lights on in your house at night. You should also:
Security Precautions for Apartment Buildings
Apartment buildings can carry a lot of risk when it comes to security. Depending on the number of tenants, you could be exposed to strange individuals with criminal intentions. It’s important to:
Staying Safe Abroad
If you’re leaving the country, it’s important to have someone check up on your house to make sure that everything is in order. There are a lot of risks that can be associated with idle homes. Some of the things you can do to protect your home include:
Protecting Your Inventory
Businesses can be vulnerable to criminal activity at any time, whether you’re open or closed. Retail companies are especially susceptible to petty crime like theft. To make sure your inventory and your profits are protected, make sure you:
Dealing with a Break & Enter
If you arrive home and a burglar is still in your home, don’t be a hero. Go to your neighbour’s house and call 911 as soon as possible. Don't let a crime against your property become a crime against your person.
Give us a call for all your security and safety needs in Surrey. If you have any questions about security protocol, call our experienced professionals at Beehive Locksmith.