Hide Your Laptop In Your Laundry

September 30th, 2008
apartment security

Living in an apartment complex can have downfalls. Even those who live in apartments with secured entrances aren’t always safe from burglars.In larger complexes, it’s impossible to know all your neighbors and their visitors. Apartments allow thieves ample opportunity to gain entrance into a building. Maybe you haven’t let anyone in after you, but your neighbors probably have. Some apartment front entrances don’t even have a lock.

Making sure your own apartment and its contents are secure should be a priority. It may not seem practical to install added security features, like wall safes or alarms, into a rented apartment, but you’ll think differently after your dwelling has been ransacked, and your possessions stolen.

If limited funds won’t permit you to buy security features, the next best bet is to choose good hiding places for your valuables. Home security experts recommend hiding things in places like: the dirty clothes hamper, in a garbage can (between the bag and the can), and in food containers (like cereal boxes).

Leaving expensive items strewn about is the worst thing to do, and don’t hide anything in your underwear drawer—robbers figured that one out a long time ago.

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