No matter what it says on the box, the only real way to know whether a product works or not is to test it out. The same principle is true for home security, which is why our team at Risk Management Development Group offers comprehensive home physical security audits. In these audits, we test your home’s physical security features to identify and correct any potential weaknesses. In this article, we’ll be going over some of the most common issues a home physical security audit is likely to uncover.
- Weak Locks- An important step in the security audit process is to test your locks to make sure they are sturdy enough to resist attempts at forced entry. If our team at RMDG identifies any flimsy locks on your exterior doors, we can replace them with stronger options to give you the seamless security you deserve.
- Faulty Systems- Another thing that we test during the home physical security audit process is the effectiveness of your security systems. We’ll check your sensors, alarms, and other components to make sure they are performing optimally and that they provide reliable protection.
- Bad Habits- Lastly, one of the most common issues that our team at RMDG finds in our home physical security audit process is bad or inconsistent habits on the part of the homeowner. For example, if you keep a spare key hidden near your front door, or you aren’t consistent about locking your doors and windows, you are leaving your home vulnerable to intruders. Even the best security technology can’t protect you unless you use it properly, and our team is here to help you improve your security practices and get the consistent protection that your family deserves.