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How Can I Keep My Garage Safe?

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Home security is a top priority for many people. It is not uncommon for individuals to invest in alarms, door entry systems, CCTV and more to keep their home safe. When it comes to garages, however, the same precautions are not always taken, despite expensive equipment often being stored away here.

In the latest post from Bullet Garage Doors, we take a look at top tips for increasing the security of your garage.

Garage Condition

The condition of your garage will make a difference in how secure it is. Garages with loose fittings can be easier to prize open and may not close properly. Keeping your garage in good condition is the best way to ensure that the door opens and closes securely, whilst providing the best protection for your belongings inside.

Outside Lighting

Having a sensor light around your garage can place a spotlight on would-be intruders, making them less likely to commit a crime. Sensor lights can act as a deterrent and also make it safer for you to access the garage when the light goes down in the evening.

Windows

Not every garage has windows, but if yours does, it is worthwhile keeping them frosted so that the belongings you hold in your garage are kept private and away from prying eyes.

Bullet Garage Doors

At Bullet Garage Doors, we have fitted and repaired garage doors of all kinds for many years. If you have noticed a problem with any of the components of your garage and are concerned about the safety of your garage door, we welcome you to contact us. We’ll advise you on the best course of action and quote you for the work, we’ll then carry out the necessary work if you’d like us to. Please call 01582 932025 or send your enquiry through to our online contact form and we’ll be in touch shortly.

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