Posted by on Oct 27, 2018 in Home |

Ready to leave for your holiday? Before you rush out the door and board the plane, there are few things that you should be doing to ensure that your home is secure and safe while you’re away, and when you get back. Here are four ways to ensure your home is secure when you’re away!

Clean It All Up

After a few weeks away, the chances are that your home will be a little dirty. So why not stop the problem beforehand by cleaning it up? By doing a thorough clean before you leave the home, you will find that you will have no problems when you return. Your home will be cleaned and perfect, as well as healthy (thanks to a lack of dirt and bacteria building up). You can even do it yourself or you can look towards professionals. If you live in Brisbane, you can talk to Domcase Cleaning, the leading Professional cleaning company  that deals with home and window cleaning services in Brisbane.

Unplug Electronic Devices/Appliances

The last thing you want to hear is that there is a fire in your home because one of the plugs blew a fuse and something caught fire. So how do you stop this problem? You look towards unplugging and removing all types of electronic devices and appliances. This means that if anything goes wrong, you will be covered and won’t have any major problems. It will also give you peace of mind that your home won’t go up in flames anytime you’re away.  

Lock Everything

You will be surprised at how often people don’t lock or shut down their homes when they depart. Something is always open and that can lead to trouble if not managed properly. That is why we suggest that you do a round trip of your home multiple times to make sure that everything is locked. That includes windows, doors, and any other ways you can get into the home. Protect your home so you can come back and have everything where it was.

Leave A Key With Someone

If something does go wrong in your home, you want to know that there is someone there to jump in and help you. That is why we recommend that you leave a set of keys with someone close to you that can help you in times of an emergency. They can also help you check your home or do something for you if you are away for too long. Leave it with a trustworthy friend or family member that is ready to help you when need it.