Many false alarms in Seattle could be averted
Just like you would address any issue, the best course of action is to reference the owner’s instruction booklet. Ensure all alarms and sensors are connected properly on your end by:
- Running a system analysis with your smart hub touchscreen.
- Physically check each device to be certain it didn't slip or need a new battery.
- Look over your scheduling to ensure that your home’s security isn’t arming at inappropriate times.
- Ensure all new smart implements are configured in the proper fashion and aren't disrupting your system.
Call your Vivint agent if you still have trouble cutting down false alarms in your Seattle security system. They'll be pleased to send out a trained expert to inspect your system.
Check your windows and doors
When your installation checks out alright, the ensuing measure is to do a sweep of the house. Are all your entries tightly secured, or are any mistakenly ajar? If an access point is left open, it may trigger a sensor. If your clan routinely forgets to close a door, you could install a smart lock that locks automatically when your system is activated. Sadly, windows require extra hands-on attention, mainly if you have someone who prefers to sleep with a cracked window. Luckily, your Vivint alarm system makes it simple to deactivate that device while still shielding the rest of the house.