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Most burglars are opportunists and they will look for unlocked doors or opened windows to get in.
You can make outside doors stronger by:
It is best to get locks and bolts fitted by a qualified locksmith - check whether the locksmith is a member of the Master Locksmiths Association (MLA) by using the guide on their website.
Some local Age Cymru organisations run handyperson schemes that may be able to provide and fit locks and spy holes. Alternatively, if you live in any of the following postcode areas you may be eligible for similar services from the Age Cymru HandyVan service: CF3, CF5, CF10, CF11, CF14, CF15, CF23, CF24, CF64.
Visit our section on protecting yourself from scams for further information, or read our information guide, 'Avoiding scams: smart ways to protect yourself' (PDF 327KB).
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