10 ways to burglar-proof your property

Posted by , 07 April 2009

Shed some light on the situation

Shed some light on the situation

Though most residential break-ins happen during the day, commercial properties are most at risk at night. £30 will get you a decent pair of motion-sensing security lights that’ll expose would-be intruders. And make sure you shit yourself every time a fox wanders into your garden.

Michael says: "You should always have passive lights. They’re a fantastic deterrent because burglars hate being noticed. They not the type of people who like to be in the spotlight, so they’re great. Just leaving a TV or radio on at night isn’t enough."

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