Numerous false alarms in Detroit can be avoided
When figuring out any issue, the initial step is to reference the guidebook. Make sure all devices are connected correctly from your end by:
- Executing a diagnostic with your smart hub.
- Physically check each component to be certain it didn't slip or need fresh batteries.
- Look over your scheduling to make sure that your system isn’t activating at inopportune times.
- Make sure all recently added smart components are incorporated in the proper fashion and aren't interfering with your alarms.
Contact your customer service agent if you still have problems cutting down false alarms in your Detroit system. They'll gladly schedule a trained expert to check your equipment.
Check your entry points
When your system seems to be alright, the ensuing course of action is to do a sweep of the house. Are all your doors and widows tightly secured, or do you find some inadvertently open? If an entry point is left unsecured, it could trigger a sensor. If your family consistently fails to close an entry point, you could install a smart locking system that secures automatically when the alarm is activated. Regrettably, windows require additional hands-on attention, especially if you have a loved one who enjoys to rest with a window cracked. Fortunately, your Vivint home security system makes it easy to deactivate that device while still shielding the remaining areas of the residence.