4 Tips for Making Your Rental Property More Secure

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If you have a rental property, one of the things you want to do is make sure that it’s secure as possible. This is important both for you and for your tenants. Below are four tips that you can use to ensure that your property’s safe and secure.

Secure Your Main Entrances

Most of the entrance doors will have deadbolts on them. Even though you can use a deadbolt that has a single or double cylinder, the double-cylinder will be more secure. If your main entrance is close to a window, this type of deadbolt can help with preventing thieves from reaching through your window to open the door.

It’s also possible to improve entrance security by installing solid wood or metal doors. Don’t choose a door with windows or one that’s hollow wood, since they’re really simple to break. If you want to completely protect your property, solid doors are better.

Also, be sure that your door contractor or locksmith is fully licensed and insured (here’s what to look for.) That will help protect you from liability in the event of a break in.

Think About Hiring a Manager for Your Property

Your property needs to be maintained to ensure your renter is satisfied. If you don’t live close by, work full time, or can’t do upkeep regularly, this can be really hard. Hiring a manager won’t just help this issue, but it’s also going to help with deterring possible burglars since everyone’s always around and monitoring the property.

Your manager can also be there to care for any problems and issues as they come up. They specialize in maintaining the property, keeping a general eye out and screening tenants. They can help you with making your life simple because they handle daily work that is time consuming and ensure your property’s protected.

Check your Window Security

The majority of windows are fitted with locking mechanisms that stop them from opening from outside. But, in the majority of cases, burglars are able to break your windows and either climb through it or unlock it. This risk can be combated by putting some locks on the windows. When a burglar sees the locks, chances are they’ll second guess if it’s a good idea to try breaking in.

Window sensors are also a good idea. These will sound alarms if the window’s tampered with. Some even will send out alerts to your phone so you’re immediately alerted when the security of your property was breached.

Get a Security System

One of the best ways that you can make your place more secure is to have a system put in. with the more modern systems, they come with apps so that you are always in the know about what is happening.

These tips will help protect you, your investment and your tenants. Whether you use one of the tips or a combination of all of them, they will help ensure that your property is safe and secure. You’ll find you’re sleeping much better at night and that you are having fewer problems.

 

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