Tips on how to safeguard your house from burglars

Independent security expert Andre Mundell says before you spend your money on the security of your house have an assessment done first.

Speaking to John Maytham, Mundell says security is the person behind the equipment safeguarding your house.

Before you spend any money you need to understand your risk. You can have the best equipment in the market but if that doesn't cover your risk then it will not help you.

Andre Mundell, Independent security expert 

South Africa is the only place where security is upside down. We are still working on reactive where the proactive system is better.

Andre Mundell, Independent security expert 

A private system can alert you when there is someone in the house through your phone.

Andre Mundell, Independent security expert 

Listen to the full interview below...


This article first appeared on CapeTalk : Tips on how to safeguard your house from burglars


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