Can you side step false alarms in Charleston?
Just like you would address any concern, the best course of action is to read the guidebook. Make sure all alarms and sensors are connected appropriately from your perspective by:
- Running a system analysis with your smart hub.
- Physically inspect each device to ensure it didn't get knocked out of place or need a new battery.
- Check your scheduling to ensure that your alarms aren’t arming at unsuitable times.
- Be certain that all recently added smart implements are configured correctly and aren't interfering with your home’s alarm.
Call your customer service specialist if you still have issues cutting down false alarms in your Charleston home. They'll gladly schedule a tech to check your equipment.
Inspect your doors and windows
If your installation checks out installed properly, the ensuing course of action is to thoroughly inspect your residence. Are your doors and widows shut tight, or do you find some mistakenly open? If an entrance stays unlatched, it could trip an activated sensor. If your clan routinely neglects to shut an entrance, you might want to implement a smart locking system that secures automatically when your home security is activated. Sadly, windows need more physical effort, particularly if you have someone who prefers to fall asleep with a window cracked. Thankfully, your Vivint home security system makes it simple to deactivate that sensor while protecting the rest of the house.