1- Burglars act at night while the occupants are in the house. They take what they can before the owners wake up.
– At night, close the doors and windows tightly.
– Do not leave valuables in the entrance (keys, papers, wallet, telephone, computer, etc.).
– Know by heart the registration number of your vehicle. In case of theft, searches will be accelerated.
2- In case of prolonged absence, suggest that the house is occupied.
– Remember to install programmers so that the radio and the light come on for a few hours a day.
– Ask a neighbor to pick up the mail and close the shutters.
– Do not mention your absence on your answering machine or social networks.
– And why not bring a family to occupy your accommodation? Platforms offer this service.
3- Placing your jewelry under a pile of laundry or in the bathroom doesn’t work anymore. This is where burglars look first.
– Place valuables in a sealed safe.
– Take photos of furniture and jewelry to provide to law enforcement and the insurer in the event of a burglary.
– Read your insurance contract and check that the information provided is correct (area, value of goods, security system, etc.).
4- Burglars always enter homes through the weak point. Secure all entrances.
– Never leave a window open when you are away.
– Install secure doors and windows, including lock and frame.
– If necessary, equip certain windows with bars.