The crime rates for house burglary in Surrey is thankfully relatively low when compared to figures for anti-social behaviour and drug crime for the last 12 months, but this is still 5,218 burglaries too many. So what can you do to make your property more secure, to not only prevent a burglar gaining access to the inside of the property, but to also deter unwanted intruders from even considering making your home their next target?
If you live in Hampshire, Berkshire or Surrey, you are lucky to be living in one of the lowest crime rate areas in the UK, communities where burglaries are thankfully well-below the national average. However, don’t become too complacent. Check your lock mechanisms now and again, and take a few precautions to give you peace of mind and help to keep your home secure at all times.
You have had a new key cut, you insert it into the lock but the key sticks. No matter how hard you jiggle, the key just won’t come out. Don’t despair – all you need is some WD-40 and a little bit of patience.
Try turning the key all the way left and then all of the way right in the lock.