Many false alarms in Scottsdale could be averted
Just like you would address any problem, the best course of action is to review the owner’s instruction booklet. Be certain that all your components are installed properly from your perspective by:
- Running a diagnostic through your smart hub touchscreen.
- Physically evaluate each device to make sure it didn't get knocked out of place or need fresh batteries.
- Inspect your schedules and presets to be certain that your alarms aren’t activating at unsuitable times.
- Be certain that all recently added smart components are configured in the proper fashion and aren't interfering with your alarms.
Contact your service representative if you still have issues cutting down false alarms in your Scottsdale security system. They'll gladly schedule a tech to inspect your equipment.
Inspect your doors and windows
If your installation appears to be alright, the ensuing course of action is to thoroughly inspect the house. Are your entries shut tight, or are any inadvertently open? If an access point stays unsecured, it could trigger a motion sensor. If it just so happens that your household constantly forgets to close a door, you might want to install a smart locking system that automatically locks when the alarm is activated. Unfortunately, windows require extra manual maintenance, especially if you have a loved one who enjoys to fall asleep with a cracked window. Thankfully, your Vivint alarm system makes it a breeze to deactivate that alarm while still guarding the remaining areas of the property.