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Protecting your home should be top priority. Sadly though, most people forego installing any home security system up to a time when their home gets burglarized or an assault to someone they love happens. It is a safety measure if we can remember the fact that every home, any home, big or small, is at risk for a break-in.
If installing your home with first-rate home security systems is way out of your budget, then you must consider cheaper alternatives. There are many low-cost, low-maintenance devices in the market and there are also very practical tactics you can employ in your own home right away. Most of home security is really realistic, common-sense and doable application. Here are some tips you can find in this book:

1.       Make your home look lived-in. There is no easy target for thieves and crooks than a house that looks secluded, dark and quiet just like no one is living there. Put in lights in strategic areas where anyone can hide from view or keep cover.

2.       Get a dog. Believe it or not, a dog is the best deterrent for any possible break-in. A dog with a snarling growl and that barks incessantly when agitated is the best distress signal.

3.       Get those inexpensive electronic sensor devices for doors and windows. These gadgets easily detect body heat and movement and immediately set off a very loud siren or alarm bell to frighten off crooks and thieves.

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