Moving into your new home doesn't mean your job is done. There is a lot of work to keep a house running and keeping it safe.
Even though overall crime is down, it doesn't mean a burglar won't break into your home. There's an estimated $14.3 billion in damages reported due to property crime each year. You need to do everything you can to protect your home.
It takes work to get the most out of burglary prevention. Use the eight tips below to make your home more secure.
1. Remove Blind Spots
People who approach your home to break in don't want to be seen. They will use any blind spot they can to scope your house for weaknesses.
You can reduce the chance that someone will camp out in your yard by lighting things up at night. There are…