Can you stop false alarms in Stamford?
Just like you would address any problem, the initial step is to reference the owner’s instruction booklet. Make sure all your components are set up properly from your perspective by:
- Running a system analysis with your touchscreen smart hub.
- Visually check each sensor to make sure it didn't become dislodged or need a battery change.
- Inspect your preset schedules to be certain that your home’s security isn’t arming at inappropriate times.
- Make sure all recently added smart devices are incorporated in the proper fashion and aren't disrupting your system.
Reach out to your service representative if you still have problems cutting down false alarms in your Stamford system. They'll be pleased to send out a trained expert to inspect your equipment.
Check your entry points
When your system appears to be alright, the next course of action is to do a sweep of the house. Are all your entries shut tight, or might there be a few accidentally open? If an entry point remains unsecured, it may trigger an activated sensor. If your family routinely fails to shut an entrance, you can implement a smart locking system that secures automatically when your system is engaged. Regrettably, windows require more manual maintenance, particularly if you have a family member who likes to fall asleep with an open window. Luckily, your Vivint installation makes it a breeze to turn off that sensor while still shielding the remainder of the house.