Can you avoid false alarms in Reno?
Just like you would address any problem, the initial step is to read the owner’s instruction booklet. Be certain that all devices are connected appropriately on your end by:
- Executing a checkup through your smart hub touchscreen.
- Physically evaluate each component to make sure it didn't become dislodged or need fresh batteries.
- Inspect your scheduling to be certain that your alarms aren’t arming at inappropriate times.
- Make sure all new smart implements are configured properly and aren't disrupting your alarms.
Call your customer service specialist if you still have trouble cutting down false alarms in your Reno home. They'll gladly dispatch a tehnician to check your system.
Investigate your entry points
When your configuration appears to be installed properly, the ensuing measure is to do an investigation of your property. Are all your windows and doors shut tight, or do you find some mistakenly open? If an entrance is left unsecured, it might trigger an activated sensor. In the event your household routinely neglects to secure an entrance, you could incorporate a smart locking system that secures automatically when the alarm is activated. Unfortunately, windows need additional physical effort, mainly if you have someone who enjoys to rest with an open window. Luckily, your Vivint alarm system makes it easy to turn off that sensor while still shielding the remainder of the residence.