How to Break into Your House in 10 Easy Actions Part 2

Ever question how burglars in fact enter houses? Next, we look at the number-one point of entry. Find a Great Opening Warm spring days and crisp fall air make open windows tempting– specifically to intruders. Burglars think nothing of strolling the circumference of your home, attempting each door, window and cellar opening up until one relents to prying hands. Of course, first-floor doors and windows are more susceptible, however climbable trees and tables utilized as makeshift ladders position second-floor windows in as much risk. Even when home, families should ensure their doors and windows are closed and locked; unattended or READ MORE…

Smoke Detectors Saves Lives

Last night I was reading the Local section of the Sun News and noticed are article about a family that was saved in a Christmas free fire. The first paragraph read: Horry County fire crews said a working smoke detector saved a Conway area family from their burning home early Thursday. Did you know that more than four thousand people in this country lose their lives every year in house fires? The sad truth is that the majority of these deaths could have been avoided. The one factor that saves more lives than any other is smoke detectors and their READ MORE…