Many false alarms in Phoenix can be avoided
Just like you would address any issue, the first thing to do is review the guidebook. Ensure all devices are connected appropriately from your perspective by:
- Running a system analysis via your touchscreen smart hub.
- Visually check each component to ensure it didn't get knocked out of place or need a new battery.
- Look over your schedules and presets to be certain that your system isn’t arming at unsuitable times.
- Be certain that all recently added smart components are installed correctly and aren't disrupting your home’s alarm.
Reach out to your customer service specialist if you still have trouble cutting down false alarms in your Phoenix security system. They'll be pleased to schedule a trained expert to examine your equipment.
Inspect your entry points
When your installation seems to be OK, the subsequent course of action is to thoroughly inspect the house. Are your doors and widows shut tight, or might there be a few accidentally open? If an access point stays unsecured, it could trigger a sensor. If your clan routinely fails to secure an entrance, you might want to install a smart lock that secures automatically when the alarm is engaged. Unfortunately, windows need extra hands-on attention, especially if you have a family member who likes to fall asleep with an open window. Thankfully, your Vivint alarm system makes it simple to turn off that alarm while still guarding the remaining areas of the property.