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October happens to be the National Crime Prevention Month which officially identifies as well as celebrates the prevention of crime, endorsing safe and secure communities. At the same time, this month brings along that night of the year which brings out by the worldly ‘tricksters’ who can pose harm to your home. People tend to get reckless too and at Halloween your home is prone to vandalism.

Especially if you reside in Orlando, people flock here throughout the holidays due to all the fun and festivities it offers. Be it Halloween or any other holiday this season, you have to ensure Orlando home safety. To make that possible it is essential that you have Orlando home security cameras.

Following are some tips to ensure that your home is safe apart from the measures that you have taken for Orlando home security:

Keep the Door Locked

With so many little trick-or-treaters heading up your way though, one might consider keeping the door unlocked so that you don’t have to get up every time. But it is not necessary that only kids will be heading your way. Keep your door locked at all times and when you hear it knock or bell, use discretion while opening the door fi you are not too comfortable by who is at your doorstep.

Even if you are not home, at least no one can break in and of course have an Orlando home security system installed for sure.

Pet Protection

It is wise to keep your pets inside.  Dogs tend to bark at strangers and they might scare little trick-or-treaters that step on your front door. They could break away and chase someone down the street.

Moreover, some people tend to have a sick idea for and enjoy hurting or teasing dogs or cats. Keep your furry companions safe inside your home and away from the front door..

Lots of Light

Though Halloween calls for a spooky ambience with low or no lights, it is better to be safe than sorry. Keep your property well-lit even if you are not home.

Leave the lights on so home looks occupied and before leaving make sure you set Orlando home security system. Do not use candles burning in pumpkins as they pose hazard of fire. Use battery powered lights.

Clear Pathways

Kid do not see where they are going in excitement so to save your kids and the little trick-or treaters from falling down or tripping, make sure the walkways and porch are clear of any toys or debris and lighted.

Set a Timeline

Depending on your community’s curfew and traditions, set a cut-off time to answer the door. Legitimate and safe trick-or-treaters should be off the streets around 8-9. Turn off porch lights for a while but then turn them on before going to bed.

Home Automation System

Wireless sensor integration system enable you to detect any suspicious activity around your premises as well as your window status from anywhere. Also, for Orlando home safety you can control the home security cameras to record activity via a remote on your porch and property.

Stay safe and have a happy holiday season!