Can you avoid false alarms in Colorado Springs?
Like diagnosing any problem, the first thing to do is read the owner’s instruction booklet. Make sure all alarms and sensors are installed properly from your end by:
- Executing a system analysis with your smart hub touchscreen.
- Manually evaluate each sensor to be certain it didn't become dislodged or need a new battery.
- Check your scheduling to be certain that your home’s security isn’t engaging at inopportune times.
- Be certain that all integrated smart components are installed properly and aren't conflicting with your system.
Reach out to your Vivint agent if you continue to have trouble cutting down false alarms in your Colorado Springs system. They'll be happy to schedule a tehnician to check your equipment.
Inspect your entry points
When your system seems to be OK, the next course of action is to do a sweep of your property. Are your doors and widows closed tightly, or are any mistakenly open? If an access point remains unlatched, it might trigger an activated sensor. If your clan routinely neglects to close an entry point, you might want to incorporate a smart lock that secures automatically when your home security goes live. Regrettably, windows need more hands-on attention, mainly if you have a loved one who prefers to rest with a cracked window. Fortunately, your Vivint alarm system makes it easy to turn off that alarm while still shielding the rest of the house.