To effectively protect your family, your property must first be secure. The statistics serve to remind homeowners of this urgency: Studies indicate that 2.5 million burglaries happen annually in the U.S. By adopting the following safety precautions, you can reduce the chances of break-ins and increase safety for your family.
Change the Locks
When you move into a new house, the previous owners possess at least one set of keys. Even if they leave a set for you, ask an experienced locksmith to rekey the entire house. You don't know if someone with bad intent may have copied the previous owner's keys or even obtained possession of them after your move.
When rekeying, a locksmith removes pins and springs, replacing them with a new set that works with an entirely different key. You no longer need to worry about an intrusion resulting from the previous homeowner's carelessness or ill intent. Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2uGdTYT