Top 10 Ways to Crime-proof Your House


Don't Let the Door...

Not all doors are created equal.
Not all doors are created equal.

Burglars can make their way into your home through windows, but it's a lot easier to get in through the door. So make sure all of your doors are solid core rather than hollow. Just give a piece of hardwood a good kick and you'll appreciate the difference. For an added layer of protection, install a metal screen door or a hurricane door, which offers break-proof glass, in front of your entry door.

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