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If you’ve just finished a renovation project on your home, the last thing you want to worry about is damage or theft. But thankfully, there are some easy ways that you can protect your newly renovated home. Here are 10 simple steps to take to ensure your home and its contents remain secure.

Install Security Cameras 

Security cameras are an effective way to deter potential intruders. They can also be used to monitor the exterior of your home and watch for suspicious activity. Installing a few security cameras around the outside of your home is one of the best ways to deter burglars. Just make sure they’re visible so potential thieves will know they’re being watched.

Install Motion Lights 

Motion-activated lights are a great way to add an extra layer of security to your home. Installing motion-sensitive lighting around the outside of your home will deter burglars and make it difficult for them to approach undetected. In addition to cameras, motion lights are also a great way to deter criminals from entering your property. When someone approaches your house, these lights will turn on and alert you that there is movement around the area.

Get an Alarm System 

Investing in an alarm system for your home is another effective way to protect it from intruders.  An alarm system will sound when intruders attempt to break into your home, alerting you and any neighbors that something is wrong. You can also opt for a monitored alarm system which transmits an alert signal to the police if someone attempts to enter your home. Many modern systems can be linked up with your smartphone so you can always have peace of mind when it comes to monitoring who’s entering and leaving your property.

Secure Windows and Doors 

Make sure all of your windows and doors have secure locks installed on them—this includes any secondary entrance points such as through porches or garages, too. Additionally, if your windows have any sort of opening mechanism (like handles or levers) make sure they are secured and cannot be opened from the outside. If you can’t replace the window locks with new ones, consider adding additional security devices like bars or grills to stop access. It’s also a good idea to fit grilles over any windows that could be accessed from outside (or even upstairs).

Use Timers for Lights 

Installing timers for your lights is a great way to give the illusion that someone is always home. Burglars are less likely to try breaking into a home where people are present, so having lights on in different areas of your home at regular intervals can act as an effective deterrent. Utilizing timers for any outdoor lighting fixtures is another way to help keep away unwanted visitors at night-time hours when most burglaries occur.

Lock Away Valuables 

Valuables such as jewelry, artwork and electronics should be kept in a secure area inaccessible to burglars. Consider investing in a safe or lockable cabinet to house your most precious items, and ensure it is hidden from view. If you have any valuables that can’t be stored away, consider installing additional security measures such as an alarm system or CCTV camera to keep an eye on them. Don’t leave valuable items lying around where they can easily be seen by passers-by—lock them away in a safe or cabinet whenever possible.

Keep Bushes Trimmed 

Overgrown bushes can provide a great hiding place for criminals. Make sure you keep your shrubs and hedges trimmed so there are no areas where someone can easily hide when approaching your home. Additionally, installing motion-activated lights in the garden is another way to make sure any suspicious activity will be noticed. Keeping bushes near windows or other areas trimmed back will prevent someone from hiding close by unnoticed—plus, it looks nicer too.

Monitor Who Has Keys 

If you’ve recently renovated your home, it’s likely that numerous contractors and tradespeople have had access to the property. It is important to keep track of who has keys or any other form of access in order to prevent potential burglary or break-ins. Make sure all keys are returned at the end of a job so no one can get inside without permission. Be aware of who has access keys for your property—whether it’s family members, friends, or cleaners—and change the locks whenever necessary if need be.

Have Someone Look After the Property When You Are Away 

It’s always a good idea to have someone look after your property when you are away for an extended period of time. Whether it’s a neighbor, family member or friend, having someone keep an eye on the house whenever you’re away is beneficial in case anyone attempts to trespass. Ask them to collect any mail and newspapers that may accumulate while you’re gone—this is another way of showing that somebody is home even when they’re not. If you’re going away for an extended period of time, ask a neighbor or friend to check in on the property every now and again while you’re gone. This will help ensure nothing suspicious has happened while no one was there. 

Stay Vigilant 

The most important step to protect your newly renovated home is to stay vigilant. If you see anything out of the ordinary or suspicious, contact the police immediately. You should also remain aware of who’s entering and leaving the property—whether it’s family members, neighbors or tradespeople. Staying vigilant is key when it comes to protecting your newly renovated home. Keep an eye out for anything unusual in the neighborhood, and don’t hesitate to contact authorities if something doesn’t seem right.


Taking these preventative measures will go a long way towards helping protect your newly renovated home from damage or theft—but it’s always important to stay vigilant as well! By following these 10 tips, you’ll have peace of mind knowing that not only have you created a stunning new space but also protected what matters most—your family and belongings!