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The safest and the most lovable place to live is a home, of course. Everybody likes to stay at home, spend time with family, and do anything they want without any intervention. This is your own private space where nobody can or should interfere. 

Having good neighbors, especially those who do not bother you much, can be an added benefit to your home privacy. Generally, people take a lot of care to keep their homes safe and secure. But still, there can be instances when you find other people’s actions or reactions are hurting your privacy. 

What will you do in that situation? Well, you just don’t have to worry about anything, and certainly, you don’t need to relocate to a new place either. Here are some tried and tested methods that you can use to add that extra layer of security to your home. 

Go For Privacy Window Treatments 

The first thing you can do, of course, is to install privacy windows so that nothing is visible outside. This way, nobody would be able to see what’s there inside right from standing on the road outside your house. You can choose custom window treatments and go for different designs, shades, and drapes. 

In fact, you can choose from specific features like eco-friendly options, energy-efficient solutions, or even child-safe alternatives for your home. Other than providing privacy, these windows or blinds can easily block harmful UV radiation from entering your home

Construct a Strong Privacy Fence 


The correct size fence can boost privacy and security. Home specialists suggest that you can choose from a variety of options. You may go for bamboo fencing, slatted wood fencing, etc. 

This will stop intruders from getting into your yard. You just have to make sure the area you are covering is your property keeping the neighbor’s yard in mind. The tall walls or fencing will surely give you well-built security for your home. 

Go Green 


Yes, you can plant trees and use them as a protective layer for your house. Instead of having wall fencing, you may go green and safeguard your home. Planting different trees or shrubs can give you a great boost in terms of security. 

It’s not only about planting trees; it’s more about planting them at the right angle so that your house view is obstructed from neighbors’ first or second floors. But also make sure to trim them timely so that they won’t be a problem for passers-by. 

Install Security Cameras 


Sometimes to stop people from snooping in your home is through installing security cameras. It is easy to keep an eye on people who willingly do wrong to your property. 

Install the cameras at the places that are normally hidden and are most likely the spot for wrongdoers to hide. You can keep a record of daily activities and point out if anything wrong is happening around your home. 

Happy Staying!

Stay Private and Safe At Your Home 


You can use any idea to boost your home safety and turn it into a retreat. It’s your right to feel safe and free and let loose at your home. Your home is a private area to which only you and your loved ones should be able to access. Maintaining the safety of everyone at home is your responsibility, and it all starts with ensuring you are not being watched all time. By following the suggestions mentioned above, you may keep your house safe and private and be just as free as you want. 

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Kori is a late diagnosed autistic/ADHD mom. She is currently located in Albany, NY where she is raising a neurodiverse family. Her older daughter is non-speaking autistic (and also has ADHD and Anxiety) and her youngest daughter is HSP/Gifted. A blogger, podcaster, writer, product creator, and coach; Kori shares autism family life- the highs, lows, messy, and real. Kori brings her own life experiences as an autistic woman combined with her adventures in momming to bring you the day-to-day of her life at home. Kori is on a mission to empower moms of autistic children to make informed parenting decisions with confidence and conviction.

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