No. Not us (Capstone Security Concepts, Inc.) but the Canada Safety Council. They have some good advice for Canadians!
"National Community Safety and Crime Prevention Month"
It happens in November each year and it is all about getting the residents of Canada aware of security concerns. The folks who run and support the Canada Safety Council get a big thumbs up from us for the advice in their newsletter this month.
As we've been subject to suspicious activity most recently in Millet, we can't agree more with their recommendations to focus on exterior lighting and to, as they put it ,"Outfit your doors with good, sturdy locks." They go on to say that "... a secure and sturdy lock will make break-ins more difficult." We would also stress that it is not only locks, but well framed and sturdy doors and window openings that make all the difference. Your lock is only as good as the door it is on, so avoid doors with glass panes and weak internal components.
There are more good tips in their newsletter, so we highly recommend reading it on the Canada Safety Council website: it could make a great difference in your security!
Find it here via this link...
Thanks for Reading, and as always,
Professional Locksmith Manager and Administrator