Many false alarms in Scranton are avoidable
Like diagnosing any issue, the first thing to do is read the owner’s instruction booklet. Make sure all alarms and sensors are installed correctly from your end by:
- Performing a checkup with your smart hub.
- Visually inspect each device to ensure it didn't become dislodged or need a battery change.
- Inspect your preset schedules to ensure that your alarms aren’t activating at unsuitable times.
- Ensure all recently added smart implements are configured in the proper fashion and aren't disrupting your system.
Call your Vivint specialist if you are still having trouble cutting down false alarms in your Scranton home. They'll be pleased to schedule a tehnician to check your system.
Check your windows and doors
When your system checks out alright, the subsequent measure is to do a sweep of the house. Are your doors and widows shut tight, or are any mistakenly open? If an entrance is left unsecured, it might trigger an activated sensor. In the event your clan consistently fails to secure a door, you might want to install a smart locking system that locks automatically when your system is engaged. Sadly, windows take extra physical effort, mainly if you have a family member who enjoys to fall asleep with a cracked window. Fortunately, your Vivint installation makes it easy to disengage that sensor while protecting the remaining areas of the property.