He Creates A Brilliant Hiding Spot For House Keys Using PVC Pipes And A Shovel
With the onset of high-tech security systems, the house key has become the lowest form of home security. Before World War I, this wasn't the case. Home security was left up to the house key, and it was well-accepted as the only way to keep homes safe. Unfortunately, the end of the war brought increased crime rates, and as a result, sensitivity toward home protection skyrocketed. The crime and theft hysteria aided many rising alarm system corporations. During these years, a service called the "door shakers" would visit subscriber's homes every night to check for unlocked doors, and any abnormal behavior would be reported to the police. Today, we luckily have many security options to choose from.