Start a Business
Providing Anti-Burglar Services
(Date posted: November 22, 2010)
This page shows how to start a business providing anti-burglar services. With the hard times we are having, these services should be in high demand.
I recommend that you start with whichever services you are presently qualified to provide. Then you may choose to expand into other services per the market demand in your local area.
You can purchase how-to manuals for these services at most lumberyards, building materials stores, or big-box stores (such as Home Depot or Lowe's).
The following topics provide links to various types of services that can deter criminals.
Following are the links:
Fixing damaged doors -- Use your handyman skills and equipment to repair or replace damaged doors and doorjambs, and replace damaged locks. You may be able to repair damaged doors and door jams if the customer doesn't want to pay for replacing them. These items typically are damaged when an angry spouse or boyfriend, a burglar, or the police kick a door in.
Installing anti-burglar devices -- Use your handyman skills and equipment for installing anti-burglar devices in homes. This service increases the safety and value of homes. It is a service that owners or tenants may not have the skill or time to do themselves.
Replacing broken window glass -- Use your handyman skills and equipment to remove and replace broken window glass in wood sashes. With the hard times we are having, people will be staying in their present homes longer, rather than trading up. This practice increases the demand for home repairs.
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