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4 Ways To Protect Your Valuables In Your Home

Published on 2014-12-21

Best Bay Locksmith has rounded up a few ways to protect your valuables in your home in San Francisco. Read on to find out how to trick potential burglars into thinking someone’s home when you’re away, and other protective measures.

Timer lights are key.

Timer lights are what will save all your valuable things while you’re away. If you don’t have any timer lights around, make a friend or neighbor turn them on for you when it starts to get dark and have them turn it off in the morning to save electricity.

 Keep all the valuables in your home in mind.

If possible, make a list, or even take pictures, of all the expensive and valuable things (especially the small ones) lying around. When you’re going away for a business trip, take pictures of your living room, bedroom, kitchen, and other rooms so you can check to see if something’s been misplaced when you get back. You can also use this as evidence for when someone does manage to break in your home.

 Keep jewelry, money, and other small, pricey items in a safe.

It’s high time you invest in a quality safe with a digital lock code combination so there’s no way it can be opened by anyone but you. Head on over to Best Bay Locksmith’s website, or call our toll-free hotline (that’s (415) 398-2470) to know more about the best type of safes out there in the market.

 Make sure that all the locks around your house are working.

Before you leave your house, make sure that all the locks in your door aren’t rusted and you have all the keys to them. We heavily advise you to replace your front and back door locks with heavy duty locks. Aside from this, you can secure extra protection for your door by adding safety latches, bolts, double barrels, and the like so burglars will be discouraged from trying to break in your house.

If you want to know more about keeping your valuables safe in your home while you’re gone, call us for any comments, questions, or suggestions. (415) 398-2470