Can you stop false alarms in San Diego?
When figuring out any concern, the initial step is to read the manual. Be certain that all alarms and sensors are installed appropriately from your perspective by:
- Running a diagnostic via your smart hub touchscreen.
- Manually inspect each device to be certain it didn't slip or need a battery change.
- Inspect your preset schedules to make sure that your home’s security isn’t arming at inopportune times.
- Be certain that all recently added smart implements are installed correctly and aren't interfering with your home’s alarm.
Contact your service representative if you continue to have trouble cutting down false alarms in your San Diego system. They'll be happy to send out a trained expert to inspect your system.
Investigate your windows and doors
When your configuration seems to be installed properly, the next course of action is to do an investigation of your property. Are your windows and doors closed tightly, or might there be a few mistakenly cracked? If an access point remains open, it might trip an activated sensor. If it just so happens that your family routinely fails to shut a door, you could incorporate a smart lock that locks automatically when your home security is engaged. Sadly, windows require extra hands-on attention, mainly if you have a loved one who prefers to rest with a cracked window. Fortunately, your Vivint home security system makes it a breeze to turn off that device while still shielding the rest of the residence.