Can you stop false alarms in New Orleans?
When figuring out any issue, the first thing to do is reference the manual. Be certain that all devices are installed correctly from your end by:
- Executing a system analysis with your touchscreen smart hub.
- Physically evaluate each component to ensure it didn't get knocked out of place or need a battery change.
- Check your schedules and presets to be certain that your system isn’t engaging at inappropriate times.
- Ensure all integrated smart devices are installed properly and aren't interfering with your alarms.
Call your customer service agent if you still have issues cutting down false alarms in your New Orleans system. They'll be pleased to schedule a tech to check your system.
Investigate your windows and doors
When your system checks out alright, the subsequent measure is to thoroughly inspect your residence. Are all your entries shut tight, or do you find some accidentally open? If an entrance is left unsecured, it might activate an activated sensor. In the event your clan routinely forgets to secure an entry point, you might want to install a smart lock that automatically locks when the alarm is engaged. Unfortunately, windows require extra manual maintenance, especially if you have a family member who enjoys to fall asleep with a cracked window. Luckily, your Vivint installation makes it easy to disengage that sensor while protecting the rest of the house.