In this day and age, it can be worth making an investment in technology to protect your home. The last thing you will want is to have to file an insurance claim on a robbery without a London inventory. But check out these snazzy gadgets for size:
1. You can make sure you hide away all your valuables by a variety of safes. A rawer safe is spring loaded and can be placed anywhere in the home whilst there are also many wall safes which can be hidden behind bookshelves, cleaning shelves and cupboards. Even cleverly, there are also fake products such as coffee cans and food cans which actually are hollow inside and have hidden valuables inside of them. They are the last place thieves would think to look.
2. You can even make yourself disappear in these days if you want. You may be good at defending yourself but what if you wanted to make yourself invisible. Many large houses may even have a panic room and whilst the secret room behind the bookshelf may be something you would expect in the mansion of the wealthy, it will actually only set you back a few thousand pound now. Hidden passageways can be built in your home whilst other services offer door facades which may look like nice furnishings but are actually an entry to a secret passageway. You can now do your best Bond impression!
3. Make sure your criminals know that you are always watching. Install flashlights and security camera, which can have a price tag from anything between £50 and £1000, depending on the quality that you would like. You may even use dummy cams to make it look like you are hooked up when you are really not. The deadly blinking light will scare off anyone and they are very cheap.
Technology may be scary but actually is becoming a way that people can now feel safe in their own homes. You can now even compile inventory reports London by using phones and apps. Live in the new millennial and scare off those old fashioned robbers.