Securing Your Yard From Unwanted Intruders And Trespassers
Unfortunately, too many people are now finding that their properties are being targeted by intruders. With that in mind, in this short article, we are going to briefly answer the question: How Secure Backyard From Intruders?
First Of All Erect a Fence
One of the simplest ways to stop intruders from entering your backyard it to erect tall fences around the perimeter. A tall fence will block away 90% of the non professional intruders who are armatures looking for a quick steal for some drug money.
The best way is to make it hard for them to reach your yard. A 100 cameras will not prevent an intruder like a good sturdy fence.
If your budget allows, you might want to consider adding spiked fencing, these will prevent people jumping over the fence.
Spikes can be seen, so the intruder will just look for an easier place to break into. So the fence does not have to be really tall, when it has spikes on the top.
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If you do use an electric fence, you have to make sure there are signs to warn intruders from this. These signs “beware of electric fence” have a very effective physiological effect on intruders. Get here a 10 pack for your yard!
Electric Security To Prevent Intruders
Putting up security cameras is another good way to protect your backyard from invasion, however, unfortunately such cameras can be expensive and you will need to run power cables from your home in order to supply the cameras with the electricity they need to run.
Today WiFi and web routers cameras can transmit the videos to your phone, so you can be anywhere at home (or even at work), and still get a visual indication of any trespassing.
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These cameras have other benefits, they can be used to identify the intruder and help the police arrest and prosecute them. Since no one want to be recorded while doing a crime, armature intruders will pick other locations to rob. Make sure you have signs letting everyone know the yard is covered by cameras.
Fortunately, it is now possible to buy some very good imitation security cameras, which burglars find almost impossible to distinguish from real security cameras. Of course, in the event that an intruder trespasses on your property when you are using imitation cameras, you will have no video footage to hand over to the police. Add the same signs for fake security cameras as you would to real ones. Your main goal is to discourage and keep trespassers away.
A Guard Dog Can Prevent Unwanted Intruders
Some people use guard dogs to protect their backyards. However, a dog can cost its owner a lot of money over its lifetime. If you do not like pets than a dog is not for you. A dog can be a great guard, they bark, they smell intruders even when they are on the other side of a fence, dogs can growl and bite. 99% of the intruders would prefer not to break into a yard where there is a guard dog inside!
Even though a dog is probably the most effective way to secure your backyard, when you have a pet, you need to consider vets bills and food bills. You also need to ensure that you have enough time to provide the dog with the attention that it deserves.
Motion Sensor Light System For Yard
For night time security you may want to use motion light systems. These are very effective in deceasing trespassers motivation to approach a place at night which is well lit or has lights connected to motion detectors. Sneaking at night into a yard which suddenly turns into daylight by bright LED lights can make any intruder leave as fast as they can.
In this article, we have talked about a few ways in which you can effectively secure your backyard from intruders. Hopefully you have found some of the methods highlighted here helpful and will put them into action so that your property is not a victim of trespassing.