Home security is top of mind for Western Australian residents, according to Masters
Friday, 11 April 2014: Research by Masters Home Improvement shows that home security is top of mind for Western Australians, with many planning to make improvements over Easter.
The Masters Home Improvement survey revealed that 42 per cent of Western Australian residents plan to improve their home security before Easter. This is the highest number in the country, with 6.9 per cent in New South Wales, 5.5 per cent in Victoria and 5.6 per cent in Queensland rating home security as a DIY project.
Masters Merchandise Manager Sean Hegarty said: “Keeping your home secure doesn’t have to be a major and expensive project, a simple DIY approach will make a difference.
“Walk around your home and do a basic check. Do all doors and windows have working locks and do you have at least one sensor light?
“Burglars are looking for the easiest targets, so you want to put as many hurdles between a potential burglar and your home. Basic things like locks and lights are easy and inexpensive.”
Easy to install and simple to use home security systems are also available from $100 to $700.
Masters’ comprehensive range of security products also includes safes, driveway alarms, recording cameras, sensor lights and even fingerprint access locks.
For any questions about which home security products will best suit your needs, Masters Home Improvement associates will be able to assist with any questions.
Masters offers a wide range of top-quality hardware and home improvement products and services at the best prices, including big name brands, all under one roof. Experts in every department are on hand to help customers with their everyday hardware needs and make every project a reality, no matter how big or small.
For more information, visit www.masters.com.au.
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