Many false alarms in Ann Arbor could be averted
When figuring out any issue, the best course of action is to review the manual. Be certain that all devices are installed appropriately on your end by:
- Running a system analysis via your smart hub.
- Physically evaluate each device to ensure it didn't become dislodged or need a new battery.
- Check your preset schedules to make sure that your alarms aren’t arming at inopportune times.
- Ensure all new smart components are incorporated correctly and aren't interfering with your alarms.
Call your Vivint representative if you are still having issues cutting down false alarms in your Ann Arbor system. They'll gladly send out a tech to examine your setup.
Inspect your windows and doors
In the event your installation checks out installed properly, the subsequent course of action is to do a sweep of your residence. Are your entries tightly secured, or might there be a few inadvertently ajar? If an access point remains unsecured, it may trigger an activated sensor. If it just so happens that your household routinely neglects to close a door, you could install a smart locking system that locks automatically when your home security is activated. Sadly, windows require more manual maintenance, especially if you have someone who prefers to sleep with a cracked window. Thankfully, your Vivint alarm system makes it a breeze to turn off that alarm while still guarding the remaining areas of the house.