Can you side step false alarms in Sioux City?
Like diagnosing any issue, the first thing to do is review the manual. Make sure all devices are installed correctly from your end by:
- Running a system analysis with your smart hub touchscreen.
- Visually inspect each component to be certain it didn't slip or need a battery change.
- Inspect your schedules and presets to make sure that your home’s security isn’t engaging at inopportune times.
- Ensure all integrated smart implements are incorporated in the proper fashion and aren't conflicting with your system.
Contact your service agent if you are still having trouble cutting down false alarms in your Sioux City system. They'll gladly dispatch a tech to inspect your equipment.
Inspect your doors and windows
If your system appears to be OK, the next course of action is to do an investigation of your residence. Are your entries closed tightly, or are any mistakenly cracked? If an entrance remains unlatched, it could trip a sensor. If your clan constantly neglects to close an entry point, you could install a smart lock that secures automatically when your home security goes live. Sadly, windows need more physical effort, mainly if you have someone who enjoys to rest with a window cracked. Luckily, your Vivint alarm system makes it simple to deactivate that sensor while still shielding the rest of the residence.