Many false alarms in Prescott could be averted
Like diagnosing any problem, the first thing to do is read the owner’s instruction booklet. Ensure all your components are set up properly from your end by:
- Running a checkup via your smart hub.
- Physically check each device to be certain it didn't slip or need a new battery.
- Inspect your scheduling to be certain that your alarms aren’t engaging at inappropriate times.
- Be certain that all integrated smart components are configured in the proper fashion and aren't conflicting with your alarms.
Contact your Vivint specialist if you continue to have problems cutting down false alarms in your Prescott home. They'll be pleased to dispatch a tech to examine your equipment.
Inspect your doors and windows
In the event your installation checks out alright, the ensuing course of action is to do a sweep of the house. Are your windows and doors shut tight, or might there be a few inadvertently cracked? If an entry point stays unsecured, it may trigger an activated sensor. If it just so happens that your clan routinely fails to close an entrance, you could incorporate a smart locking system that locks automatically when your home security goes live. Sadly, windows take extra physical effort, particularly if you have a family member who likes to rest with an open window. Luckily, your Vivint home security system makes it easy to disengage that device while still shielding the remainder of the property.