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How to handle housekeeping chores without putting your home at risk

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You may have noticed the uptick in housekeeping mishaps.

It’s an understandable reaction to a busy life that requires regular chores, and it’s not uncommon for people to have their homes burglarized and/or damaged.

But if you’re like most Americans, you’ve likely been doing just that with your housekeeping.

Here’s what you need to know about how to handle your home.

1.

Know what you’re dealing with The easiest way to spot a housekeeper mistake is to look for the signs of an injury or a potential damage.

For example, you may notice a housekeeping assistant has lost her keys or a door has been knocked down.

If that happens, that’s a sign your home is in danger.

Also, don’t assume your home has been burglarised.

Burglaries are rare, but they can happen if someone tries to get in through the front door or to access the basement.

The only way to know if you have an active housekeeping situation is to call 911.

2.

Don’t try to force your way into your home, even if it’s a safety issue.

You don’t want to be the one to put yourself in danger if your home does get broken into.

Instead, go to the nearest home security company and ask to be assigned a home security guard.

These security guards are trained and certified to handle burglaries and other serious incidents.

3.

Don.t. panic.

Your safety isn’t in danger until you’re actually in danger, which usually takes about an hour to an hour and a half.

You’re probably not going to be able to do much about the damage, but you can at least protect yourself.

You can also ask a friend to help you.

If you can’t get help, call the police and/ or the fire department.

Be prepared for some bad news.

4.

Be patient.

A burglar can get away with breaking into your house without breaking a window or knocking down the front of the house.

That’s because it’s easy to get trapped in the home and is extremely hard to escape.

However, there are a number of steps you can take to make sure you don’t get caught in the middle of the attack.

For instance, if you are wearing a security uniform, be sure to check in at your home before you leave for work.

If someone enters your home while you’re out, take them down.

5.

Get help.

If a burglar tries to break in through your back door, you can help him.

The most common means of entry for a burgler is through a broken window.

If the burglar manages to get into your apartment, they can use a hammer or other blunt object to damage the window.

That doesn’t always work, so it’s important to make an attempt to force the burgler out of the apartment before you go to work or leave for the day.

6.

Be sure to wear a door lock.

If there’s a locked door or window in your home you can lock it yourself, or you can hire a security company that will provide you with a key and an additional door lock to secure your home against burglars.

This also will help prevent other burglars from getting in.

The best way to protect yourself against a home invasion is to stay inside and call for help as soon as you can.

It may take a while to call the fire or police department, but that can be worth it when the burglers get away.

If they’re not in your house, don.t panic and don.’t give up hope.

If all else fails, your next best bet is to go to a police station and ask for a protection order.

If your state requires one, this will help you protect your home from future burglaries.

If it doesn’t, you should also try to contact your local fire department and fire department inspector to learn about ways to help your home in case of an emergency.

For more tips, visit our home security resources section.