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Simple steps to keep your home safe secure

Post by janaeflynn on Tue Aug 09, 2016 5:36 am

Home safe safeguards our valuable and important documents and many of us have such a one in our home but how many of you are sure about the safety of the safe itself. Here are some simple steps to protect your home safe.


1.Consider the location
Keep your home safe secure you should take the location into consideration. Safes are always hidden at the back of paintings hung behind cherry-wood desks in plaid-paneled studies. Don’t keep your safe somewhere that it is easily discoverable. This is not to say that keeping your safe in your office room is a bad idea. Be careful to hide it somewhere that is not  ordinary.


2.Keep the code safe
If your safe have a code you should only give out that code to the people that live in the house. Do not give it to your children. Additionally, in order to secure your home safe change the code every few weeks.


3.Preventive measure
If there is a fire or flood in your house make sure  that your safe can withstand the damage. Invest in a safe that is fire and waterproof to make sure that what you keep inside it remains secure.

For more information regarding the safety of your home you can visit this blog (http://cspalarms.ca/blog/security-systems/four-ways-to-ensure-your-home-safe-is-secure/)
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Great Info

Post by Admin on Wed Aug 10, 2016 12:02 pm

janaeflynn wrote: Home safe safeguards our valuable and important documents and many of us have such a one in our home but how many of you are sure about the safety of the safe itself. Here are some simple steps to protect your home safe.


1.Consider the location
Keep your home safe secure you should take the location into consideration. Safes are always hidden at the back of paintings hung behind cherry-wood desks in plaid-paneled studies. Don’t keep your safe somewhere that it is easily discoverable. This is not to say that keeping your safe in your office room is a bad idea. Be careful to hide it somewhere that is not  ordinary.


2.Keep the code safe
If your safe have a code you should only give out that code to the people that live in the house. Do not give it to your children. Additionally, in order to secure your home safe change the code every few weeks.


3.Preventive measure
If there is a fire or flood in your house make sure  that your safe can withstand the damage. Invest in a safe that is fire and waterproof to make sure that what you keep inside it remains secure.

For more information regarding the safety of your home you can visit this blog (http://cspalarms.ca/blog/security-systems/four-ways-to-ensure-your-home-safe-is-secure/)
That is some great information. Thank you!


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Re: Simple steps to keep your home safe secure

Post by janaeflynn on Wed Aug 17, 2016 11:33 pm

You are welcome...I'm glad to share these kind of information..

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