Garden completes your home abode. Many homeowners use a portion of their garden area to store power tools, toys, also use it for tidying bikes and more similar things. Being an essential storage solution, the garden with unsecured shed is often a compromising and unsafe place of the house. 

Entering into the garden is area is more easy for a thief. And, from the garden, the intruder may enter your premises and can steal everything valuable from your garden or house. 

So, never overlook the safety of the garden shed to keep you safe from thieves. Are you looking for effective ways to keep the garden safe from intruders and thieves?

Here are some useful yet handy tips on how to secure your garden shed from thieves.

Lock the Garden Area:

Mostly, homeowners lock their doors and rooms properly but often forget to close the garden area. Any unknown person of a thief can quickly enter in your garden and can steal anything present there. In the night they hide somewhere in the garden and look for a chance to get inside the house. 

Even if you’re in the backyard, don’t forget to lock your front door as thieves are expert at slipping in and taking things quickly.

Lock up Your Garden Tools and Bikes:

A thief can use ladders, wire cutters, hammers and other garden tools for illegal access to your home. Don’t give the thief a chance to use your tools to break the central lock of your living area. 

Use a chain or any strong cable to lock up your valuable tools in the garden shed. To secure the bikes that you parked in the backyard, use high-quality locks to secure bikes and kid’s cycles.

Install a Garden Home Security System:

To secure the entry points of the garden area, use the best quality home security system with outdoor cameras. When any person tries entering into the security zone, the alarms of the security system makes you alert. 

An alarm system is the best way to prevent theft activities in the garden. And, make sure that burglar is aware of the security system so that he doesn’t plans to enter in your garden area. 

Obscure windows:

Windows in garden sheds often attract thieves, as it is easy for them to enter the garden through windows. Thieves can easily see whether your shed allows them breaking into or not. 

So, if you use your shed for storing valuables, then don’t use windows on it. Instead replace it with similar material to secure the garden area. 

Replace the poor Door Hinge:

The garden shed door hinges are the vital part that keeps the shed in a strong position. Any loose or damaged hinge can put your garden at high risk of theft. 

So, inspect every door hinge of the shed and tighten the loose ones with a screwdriver or any other similar tool. 

Summing up:

If you are looking for the highest quality sheds, patios and garages for the safety of your home then, Trojan Patios and Sheds has everything for you. You can call at Phone: 08 9524 6662 and can send an e-mail at sales@trojanpatiosandsheds.com. They will help you with every possible solution. 

Our office is located at 8 Crowley St, Port Kennedy WA 6172