How to Keep Your Home Safe: Tip #6

How to Keep Your Home Safe: Tip #6

Have a neighbor remove fliers from your door when you’re on vacation. Every day it seems there’s an advertisement for the latest pizza place, gym or landscaping service left on your front door. When you’re on vacation these pile up creating a big “we’re not home!” sign on your front of your house. Ask a neighbor to kindly remove them (to save or toss) while you’re away. Copper Eagle Patrol & Security is a family run, eco-friendly, private security company providing on-site or roving security patrols as well as 24-hour alarm response and video surveillance.  Copper Eagle Patrol & Security: 26752 Oak Avenue Unit C | 661.251.6999...
How to Keep Your Home Safe: Tip #5

How to Keep Your Home Safe: Tip #5

Move door hinges to the inside of your home. Hinges placed on the outside of your home can be removed easily by an intruder who could then gain access to all your precious belongings! To make your home safer, take off the door and install the hinges on the inside of your house instead. Copper Eagle Patrol & Security is a family run, eco-friendly, private security company providing on-site or roving security patrols as well as 24-hour alarm response and video surveillance.  Copper Eagle Patrol & Security: 26752 Oak Avenue Unit C | 661.251.6999...
How to Keep Your Home Safe: Tip #4

How to Keep Your Home Safe: Tip #4

Do a perimeter check every night before bed. It may sound like a no brainer, but when you’re tired and just wanting to go to bed, people often skip this very important step. Walk around the house and double check all the doors are locked. Sliding glass doors often don’t catch and need to be re-secured.  Copper Eagle Patrol & Security is a family run, eco-friendly, private security company providing on-site or roving security patrols as well as 24-hour alarm response and video surveillance.  Copper Eagle Patrol & Security: 26752 Oak Avenue Unit C | 661.251.6999...
How to Keep Your Home Safe: Tip #3

How to Keep Your Home Safe: Tip #3

Don’t put your car keys on the entry table or on a hook in a main area, put them on your nightstand instead. Why? Because in the middle of the night, if you hear noises like someone is trying to enter your home, you can grab your keys and press the “panic” button. Your car alarm will go off and draw unwanted attention to your house. The burglar will likely flee!  Copper Eagle Patrol & Security is a family run, eco-friendly, private security company providing on-site or roving security patrols as well as 24-hour alarm response and video surveillance.  Copper Eagle Patrol & Security: 26752 Oak Avenue Unit C | 661.251.6999...