Friday, June 5, 2015

5 A-Must Security Practices in your Homes

When we talk about accidents, usually what comes to our minds in our home. Well for some reasons, our home is prone to whatever accidents that might occur. Whether you are living in Amaia steps Mandaue or any other Philippine real estate property, home accidents are everywhere. Of course, we can definitely prevent those accidents when we know how to be careful when it comes to our home safety and securities.

Unfortunately, some people overlook these kinds of situations where they are complacent enough that the accidents might not be on their homes. Yes, we might prevent these accidents; however, there are times that accidents are already beyond our control. They happen in an unexpected way and in an expected place.

Well, if you are a kind of person who is concern when it comes to his/her safety and the safety of their families, they having and practicing these security strategies is a must for us to avoid problems and/or accidents that  might occur later on. 

1. Fire prevention strategies
We definitely can’t control fire, but we can prevent them. Well, having and placing fire gadgets is one of the useful ways to help prevent it from occurring. You may want to have smoke alarms, sprinklers, fire extinguishers, fire exits that you might also want to include in your safety list and in your home for your safety.

Of course, having a fire drill with your families and/or friends is also a plus for you to know what to do when a fire occur and you are still in the condo unit. You have to know what to do first for you to be able to survive. 

2. General security
 Sometimes, we can’t deny that we might be living in a community where we don’t know and sure if the safety of the place is really secured. Well, when we talk about break-ins, burglary, thief, and any other unauthorized people that can get in to our house is a dangerous thing we can heard of. To prevent such, general security is advisable and a must thing to have.

If you are living in a community, you can ask some of the security guards to roam around in your place regularly to ensure safety in your place. You can also ask the security personnel in your community that whenever someone might be asking where is the exact location of your house, there should be some security checking of the particular person before guiding that person into your home. Well, you can suggest that if you are really concern with your safety. 

3. Responsive building management
As we all know, accidents are everywhere. There are also accident that caused by a building management failure and any other accidents that might occur. When we talk about the building structures, the cracks of our walls, the water leaks and/or even just a small hole in our walls can make some minor or major accidents if we don’t take care of it immediately.

If you are a kind of person who is planning to move in to a particular condo or any other real estate property, you have to make sure that everything is fine and perfect for you to stay and for your safety as well. You have to double check each side of the house to ensure that everything is okay. 

4. Round-the-clock surveillance
Admit it! It is not every day and every minute that we can have a close guard in our community. There are times that we are away in our homes, and there is no one that can be left at our home. That is why, having a round-the –clock surveillance place outside and inside of our home is one of the important thing to have.

Surveillance camera help us capture the unauthorized person who break-in to our house. It can also help us identify the person who is suspicious in our community.

Well, these are just some of the security practices that we must have and abide for our safety purposes. If you really care about the things that surround you, then having these kinds of practices really prevents us from any problems and/or accidents.

1 comment:

  1. This is a fabulous post. We don't always take time to consider the security (and safety) of our homes, This post is a great reminder that its better safe than sorry. Thank you for sharing x