5 Easy Garden Room Security Tips and Ideasby Charlie g. Nature Lover
Garden rooms are a great option for a studio or workspace as they’re
normally situated some distance from your house, for a feeling of seclusion and
privacy. However, this can also lead to garden room security issues. If you’re
using your garden room as garden offices
or studio, it stands to reason that it may contain expensive equipment such as
a laptop or desktop PC, so security is paramount.
We’ve got 5 easy tips and ideas to help keep your garden room safe and secure – try one or implement them all!
#1. Install Closed Circuit Television
Closed circuit TV (CCTV) uses video cameras which can transmit audio and video to a connected monitor. By installing CCTV around your garden toom, you can keep an eye out for suspicious activity and record any intruders.
#2. Consider Installing an Intruder Alarm System
Most modern alarm systems use motion sensors which are placed in and around your garden room (and on doors and windows) to detect intruders. The simple presence of an alarm system is often enough to deter burglars, and some systems offer notifications of security breaches by email or SMS. You’ll often find that installing an alarm system reduces the cost of your home insurance too! Ask Home office builders for more!
#3. Light Up Your Lawn
Installing security lights such as a movement activated light can deter burglars and prevent break-ins. Even ample outside lighting in your garden can help to keep your garden room more safe and secure.
#4. Secure Doors and Windows
It goes without saying that you should always ensure you have locked doors and closed windows before leaving your garden room. Installing windows with key locks can help to keep your space secure, or you could go a step further and install door and window sensors. Again, you can even find systems that notify you by SMS if somebody attempts to enter! Summer house builders can help!
#5. Build Multi-Layered Walls
Although most garden rooms are of timber construction, if you’re considering having one built yourself, you might want to speak to your installer to find out more about your options. Multi-layered walls are, as the name suggests, walls with multiple layers. This added thickness makes it more difficult for burglars to enter your property and adds an extra layer of security.
These are just a few ideas to get you started when it comes to garden room security. There are plenty of other tips and tricks you can use to ensure your garden room is a safe, secure and cosy space for work or play!
Created on Dec 13th 2017 09:57. Viewed 318 times.