PART 2

for·ti·fi·ca·tion
noun
1. a defensive wall or other reinforcement built to strengthen a place against attack.
2. the action of fortifying or process of being fortified.


 

This week we on Part 2 of the Home Fortification series we discuss more ideas and things we have done to reduce the risk of our homes being selected as a potential target.  The better fortified your home the less likely that your home will be targeted by criminals. Some stats about home break ins:

  • Most burglars will not spend more than a minute in trying to enter a home.
  • Most burglars will spend less than 10 minutes in the home and really closer to 5.
  • Entry is often gained through back or side doors. Garage doors follow closely behind.
  • Most burglaries occur during daytime hours when the occupants are at work.

The topics discussed are intended to give our listeners a starting point in building a comprehensive plan in fortifying and securing their home. We cover items ranging from:

  • Alarms
  • Doors (front and rear entry)
  • Dogs
  • Lighting
  • Cameras
  • and much more

 

Please note that this episode has been split into 2 parts with part 1 being released on 4-11-2015 and part 2 coming 4-18-2015.

ADT Pulse – Home Automation and Alarm Systems

Off Leash K9 Training – Off Leash Training for your Pets including obedience and or protection. Over 60 locations worldwide.

Dog Guard – Out of sight Electronic Fencing

 

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