Security Checklist for Moving Into a New Home

When you move, there are many details that you have to organize. Whether you’re moving across town, across the state or across the country, moving is a stressful time. Because you have so many concerns about your move, it’s likely that some will get pushed to the side. It’s okay to address some of these later on, but something that should stay one of your main concerns is your security for your new home.

A burglar may see a move as a chance to break in. They’ll know your old home is vacant and may see if you left anything of value behind. If they notice you moving into your new home, they may picture your home cluttered with labeled boxes, making finding valuables much easier.

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How to Keep Your Home Safe While Traveling

Vacations are a time to rejuvenate and tuck away the routines of home life, but it can be hard to relax without knowing if your possessions will be where you left them when you return. Your to-do list may already be full of travel prep work, but you won’t regret taking some extra time to follow a few home security tips before you leave.

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How to Create a Fire Escape Plan

A fire escape plan is a set of instructions to inform residents how to safely evacuate in the case of an emergency. These plans can be made for personal homes, schools and places of business. These plans are extremely useful for any type of emergency, but especially in the case of a fire. If you don’t already have one in place, you need to create a fire escape plan for your home to help keep you and your family safe.

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