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November 19th, 2014 by MichiganLiving Home Security and Protection for Renters

When you rent a house or when you moved in into your new home, you always have to think about the safety and security of you and your family first and foremost. You must (if you are allowed by the landlord to do so) change the locks and door knobs of each and every door.  If you can, you should also put few CCTVs in place for added security.

Being safe and secured should always be your number one priority at home. Here’s some more info about being safe no matter where you are located.



4 responses to “Home Security and Protection for Renters”

  1. This infographic made me re-think our home security system. A dog doesn’t cut it! We need something more high-tech and reliable…

  2. Scary infographic but also very interesting. I wonder why most burglaries occur in the South?

  3. A GEEK DADDY says:

    I wonder how many of the people who have security service stickers/signs on their places have cancelled the service and just keep the “warning” up to scare off bandits? Good point to always be cautious and proactive in making your place safe in this post.

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