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Have you ever been the victim of a break-in? It’s a scary event. No matter how prepared you are for it… a break-in will still catch you off guard. It is never something you expect, but it can be something you prepare for.
We grow up learning to respect each other’s property and space. It’s something both my kids are learning about now. And they get it. Taking something from others (or invading their space) is just not normal for a well-adjusted person. This is what makes a break-in so dangerous.
People that break into homes are not well adjusted and are not normal. They are often driven by irrational thoughts and ideas, brought about by mental illness and/or drug use. An intruder may not have a sound state of mind, but that does not make them dumb. Burglars can actually be quite clever.
One method that has been gaining traction for breaking into homes with garage doors has been dubbed “The 6 Second Break In.” With a little pressure and a coat hanger, an intruder can quietly enter your home through the garage, regardless of whether you are home or not. A garage can be a convenience, but don’t let it be the weakness as an easy entry point for your home.
We take a look at this entry method and how you can use this knowledge to help you and your family in the post below. The tips can help you be prepared for everyday security and in SHTF situations. Check it out here: