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With the holiday season in full swing, you may be thinking about keeping your home safe while you’re away for the evening, overnight or longer. Your garage door can be a potential weak spot in your home that could provide an easy access point for intruders. Not to scare anyone, but it’s always better to be safe than sorry! To help you keep your family and home safe this holiday season, I’ve put together some useful tips that could help you prevent a break-in. If you are looking for more tips, check out

– If you have a garage door opener remote – do not leave it in the car. A common tactic among thieves is to find a certain car that has a door opener remote in it and get the owner’s address from their insurance or registration paperwork. If your remote is in the car, this makes it very easy for them to gain access to your home via the garage.

– If your door comes with a built-in lock, make sure it is locked before you leave. Alternately, if you have a sectional door on tracks, a simple but effective tactic is to place a C-clamp on both tracks above the door to prevent it from being moved.

– If the garage or the door itself has any windows, make sure they are covered up or obscured to prevent anyone from seeing if your car is in the garage or not, or if your garage contains any other valuable items this will help to conceal them.