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Safety Tips Prepare Your Home Before Leaving for Holidays

It's almost time to fly, You've got your tickets, you know where you're going, what you're eating, but it's not quite go time until your house is locked down. Hello to all buddy’s who Love to travel world wide and today we are here with one more travel trip guide In this blog we're covering everything that you need to do to secure your home or apartment before heading out of town. For Holiday Trip.

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Today We're going to be covering all the steps that we take before leaving town so that we have peace of mind while traveling. But first things first, let's start with the basics:

Save Money by Switching off Subscription

How to save money by putting your life on pause before heading overseas. One of the easiest ways to save money while traveling is to pause your monthly subscriptions and memberships, such as streaming TV services or a gym membership. You don't have to cancel. You can usually just call them and ask them to put it on pause for a month. This is basically money right back in your pocket. Next call the post office and ask them to hold your mail. If you're subscribed to newspapers or magazines, ask them to pause your subscription. Even more important, call your bank and your credit card company and let them know the dates that you're going to be traveling overseas. If you don't, they might assume that your cards have been stolen or your accounts hacked, and they might freeze all your accounts, leaving you halfway around the world and unable to pay for your hotel room or even dinner.

Tip to cutoff your Calling bills

This is a major inconvenience, but it's one that's easily avoided. Next, make sure your phone is ready to travel. Some companies offer plans that work globally. But if not, turn off your roaming and put your phone into airplane mode. It allows you to connect to Wi-Fi and to use bluetooth, but doesn't roam or search for a signal and cost you precious data. And of course, you can always buy a cheap local SIM card when you arrive in your destination. Just make sure that your phone is unlocked before you leave the country. You can also get a portable Wi-Fi device as well. And if you are a dog mom or dad or even a plant parent, ask your friends or neighbors to help you take care of your babies. Have a friend come and house sit or watch your dog, or have your neighbor come and water your plants.

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If You own a vehicle, Stow your vehicle somewhere safe where you know. it won't get broken into. If it's not in the garage at least cover your car with a cover or park it somewhere where it won't get pooped on by birds, ticketed, or towed. If you're going to be gone for a long time, definitely fill your tank full of gas to avoid oxidation and corrosion. And if you have a motorcycle, look into battery tenders to keep the battery alive while you're out of town.

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Next cut down on your utility bills by turning off all major appliances. You can put your water heater into vacation mode, or if you live in an older house, just make sure that the pilot light is completely off and that all of your fire alarms are on and working properly. Not only will this save you money, it's also going to lower the risk of fire or flooding while you're away. It's also smart to set your indoor lights on a timer, so it looks like someone's home in the evenings. Even better, ask a neighbor to park their car in your driveway, so it appears that someone's home all the time.

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Home Security Guide

When it comes to home security, there are a couple of things that you can do. At the very least, you should install a motion-detecting light. That's going to stop people from snooping around your house under the cover of darkness. Apart from home security, there are a couple of super important last-minute steps before you can fly. Start by cleaning out your refrigerator, eat, toss, or donate any food that's left over, and take out the trash so it does not rot while you're gone. There's nothing worse than coming home to a stinky house. I know, last minute packing can be stressful, but if you can do it we highly recommend taking the time to clean your house before you leave because nothing is worse than coming home to a mess when you are jet-lagged. You have to unpack and get ready for work on top of cleaning your house. If you can clean it before you go and you can come home to clean sheets, you are going to be so much more comfortable and ready to assimilate back into the real world. Last but not least, close and latch all of your windows, pull down the blinds, set your smart alarm, and you're ready to rock and roll. Just don't forget to lock your front door. Okay, hopefully that was useful. Hope you enjoyed reading this article and you got the ideas to check all major things before leaving for the Holiday.

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