A bank safe deposit box is a great option for storing your valuables, however it’s not the most convenient choice if you want access to your possessions outside of business hours.
The obvious alternative then, is to keep your items in a safe at home.
But unless you’ve got the same security system as your bank, you’re potentially leaving your valuables at risk if you store them in a place where thieves might search.
After breaking into your home, experienced thieves will routinely look in places with the most potential of finding valuables that are easy to carry and offload for cash.
Guest Blogger: Heather Roberts
A lot of us will leave on a holiday each year to blow off some steam, relax and live a little with a well deserved rest and avoid having to deal with chores and house cleaning. What we do leave behind however are quite a few of our personal possessions that may be at risk without good locks and proper home security. Thankfully security systems have seen a really nice increase in potential security systems you can take advantage of. The main problem with most security systems of course remains. People often tend to forget quite a few things and that only leads to gaps in security thieves can take advantage of. The following examples and tips will give you more information on the subject so you can make things work without messing up in the process: Read More
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