Understanding Security Risks

Understanding Security Risks

Things To Do Around Your Home During The Summer To Create A Safer Space

Javier Webb

 

When those summer months approach, you want to make sure you go through your house and get ready for those warmer months. There are a lot of things you want to do to maintain your home. Along with proper maintenance, you also wan tot make sure you are securing it for the warmer time of the year; a time when you are more prone to wanting to leave it more open and taking family trips which will leave it unattended for periods of time. Here are some maintenance and security tips for your home when summer is approaching:

Maintenance

Clean the roof off – You want to be sure you clean any leaves and other types of debris on the roof that may have got there during the winter months, so you can get rid of a potential fire risk. While you are cleaning everything off the roof, you also want to make sure the gutters and downspouts are cleaned. Plus, this is a good time to cut back any trees hanging over the roof.

Remove anything that can collect water to prevent mosquitoes – Go around the whole property and make sure anything and everything capable of collecting any amount of water is picked up and thrown away or put away. Even something as small as an upside-down bottle cap can gather enough water for mosquitoes to gather and reproduce.

Security

Put up a fence – putting up a fence is a great way to prevent people from just walking in your yard and taking what they want. It also helps to decrease your chances of having them decide to break in the home. When you get a fence for security issues such as these, it is important to keep the gates all locked when you aren't using them.

Have a storm shelter built – Summer time is a great time of the year to have a storm shelter built. You won't have to worry about the construction being put off due to winter weather conditions. Once your storm shelter is complete, you will know that you have a safe space for yourself and your family to wait out a bad storm in a place where you will be safe. You want to make sure the storm shelter is kept stocked full of everything you would need at all times, so you are never caught off-guard and waiting a storm out without supplies.  

Contact a company, like Valley Storm Shelters, for more help.

 


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Understanding Security Risks

About a year ago, I started thinking about different ways to improve the security of my home and business. I realized that there were several severe vulnerabilities, so I started going through and tackling them one by one. It was an interesting challenge, but one by one, we were able to sort out different elements that were putting us at risk. Within a few short months, we were able to organize things a little better to protect my family, and it made a big difference. This blog is all about understanding security risks and keeping your family safe and sound.

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