How To Control THEFT During a Home Remodel

How To Control THEFT During a Home Remodel

Jobsite Loss Means Hugh Financial Lost

Safety and Theft an Everyday Priority

Home Remodel Theft

Home Remodel Theft

Homeowners. Property Managers or anyone remodeling their home should be especially cautious of burglars and control theft:

How To Control THEFT During a Home Remodel

Overgrown lawns, newspapers piled up in the driveway, lumber, paint cans, ladders or any materials left in front become targets for theft and property damage.

If you’re investing your energy, time and the money to remodel your home, do yourself a favor and read these tips.

1– shut down today`s improvement work approximately one hour early and devote that time to a daily theft prevention plan, general cleanup and future scheduling.

2- invest in some security lighting (especially front yard)

3- Make sure any subcontractors have cleaned up their work area, loaded tools and removed their trash.

4- If the schedule calls for a delivery make sure it arrives early in the day allowing the subcontractors and the homeowner to plan the best secure location.

Home renovation must include the study of NEW security features available on the market. Study appropriate items, don`t overspend but make sure you have a budget for daily, useable, modern high tech products.

Below are some construction materials that should never be left unsecured:

Copper wire, plumbing parts, rental equipment– Take time at the end of each work day and Lock Up and Hide anything of value that thieves can steal.

Finish plumbing trim, electrical finish trim, heating and airconditioning trim, finish carpentry trim or any other valueable and hard to replace building material that can be easily resold or recycled for cash.

Roofing, siding, plant material can also be targeted for the reasons listed above.

Appliances — . This includes refrigerators, sinks, cabinets, tubs, granite, and the list goes on and on. Many such items are allready on the jobsite just waiting to be installed.

Tools. Tools left around the house are an invitation to thieves. Even inexpensive hand tools left in plain view indicate that more expensive tools may be on site.

Keeping your remodeling project or new construction secure should be a priority and not a casual afterthought.

Here are some measures that will help keep your site secure.

Keep the area around the house clean. Building materials and tools put away in a secured area. Find out if contractors plan to leave any tools overnight and if so, that the responsibility for their gear does not rest on you the homeowner.

The Center for Problem-Oriented Policing states that: Estimates from the United States indicate that between $1 billion and $4 billion worth of materials, tools, and construction equipment are stolen every year.

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Homeowners. Property Managers or anyone remodeling their home should be especially cautious of burglars and control theft: How To Control THEFT During a Home Remodel Overgrown lawns, newspapers piled up in the driveway, lumber, paint cans, ladders or any materials left in front become targets for theft and property damage.
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