Home Insurance. Tuesday , December 19th , 2017 - 05:08:18 AM
However, here are a few suggestions that could help you reduce the chance of your household keys being lost or stolen. Always keep your house keys out of sight at home or whilst outside. Never leave your handbag unattended especially in a public place such as in a pub, club or traveling on public transport. It takes seconds for a thief to strike and take your keys. Don't leave your house keys on a hook near the back or front door of your property, or even in sight on the kitchen table too. Also remove keys from window locks from your home, as a thief could break in through the window and then use the door as an escape route out of your property. Never keep your address details with your house. Never leave your house keys unattended at work as colleagues how know where you live could make copies of your house keys. It could also be an idea to change the locks when you move into a new property as the old occupier of the house may have kept copies of your properties keys.
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