Who’s Inside The House?

Anyone who knows me would say that I love technology.  I can unlock our front door from anywhere that has cell reception or WiFi.  I enjoy gadgets, relays, and automation.  Even if you’re like me, remember that keeping what matters most safe doesn’t always have to be some high tech and elaborate setup.

I was talking with a lifelong friend one day about these emails.  He mentioned his grandmothers “low tech” approach to home security.  She’s been a widow for as long as I’ve known her and has always been a resourceful, independent woman.  She kept a pair of her husbands old rubber boots and would periodically place them outside the door.  Nothing says someone is else in the house than a pair of dirty well used boots that couldn’t fit the sweet little lady who’s usually home.

You can take this idea one step further by setting an extra place at the table when you’re not home or if your closet is visible through the window in your front door, pick up an extra thrift store jacket and hang it up.

Simple or elaborate, the choice is yours.  The point is that you want to do something to keep the bad guys wondering who’s in the house.

Do you have any low tech ideas for home security?  I’d love to hear them.  Reply in the comments or give me a call to talk about anything security related.

Mike Pagnutti
President
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