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Home Security: 3 Tips to Burglarproof Home Windows

Home security is an important factor that is sometimes discounted in favour of visually appealing home windows. As the weakest security link in your home, burglars use windows either to break in or out, because doors are usually solidly locked and secure. Here are some top-secret tips to burglarproof your home windows.

Replace Traditional Glass with Toughened Glass

Reinforce windows with secure materials like toughened glass or triple-glazed glass—these types of glass are toughened to be far more sturdy and durable than traditional glass, making them more difficult to break through. The cost of toughened or tripe-glazed glass will vary depending on the material and size of your windows, but they are well worth the price for the added security to your home.

To break through these glasses, burglars would have to strike the windowpane repeatedly, creating lots of noise, and noise is a huge deterrent for burglars.

Add Window Bars To Your Home Exterior

Window bars don't have to be unsightly pieces of metal with the multitude of modern decorative choices available today for windows. They can even be customised to match the décor of your home. Iron bars on the outside of your windows is sure to make your home safer – even if a burglar manages to penetrate through your glass, it's almost impossible for him to squeeze through your iron bars to break into your home.

Many companies specialise in creating decorative bars for windows, so they don't make your home feel like a prison. The cost will vary dramatically depending on the style and type you choose.

Install Window Alarms

Installing alarms for windows is a great way to protect them from potential burglaries. Before you do the math in your head, burglar alarms for windows don't have to cost you a fortune. A simple window sensor alarm is a good choice for most windows. It detects when a window is broken and sounds a warning alarm, which will scare the burglar away. These are usually wireless and can easy be installed on your own. For a few hundred dollars only, you will ensure the safety of your family.

Even with these measures, never underestimate the value of a deadbolt lock for your windows. Keep in mind that safety is at the helm of everything in your home, so follow these tips to protect your family. For more tips or assistance, consult resources like Hi Point Windows.

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Sitting Areas by Windows: Balancing Comfort and Airiness

Hi, my name is Fern, and I love small sitting areas by windows. I love window seats, small writing desks that overlook great views, quiet lamp-lit corners near windows overlooking water and almost any other window arrangement you can imagine. However, when decorating by windows, you have to be careful. You need to balance coziness and the airiness of the window. You also have to look for windows that are weathertight so you can enjoy being near them in all seasons. If you want to read about windows and how to create sitting areas around them, please explore my blog. I hope it entertains, informs and inspires you.

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