Can you side step false alarms in New Haven?
When figuring out any issue, the first thing to do is read the manual. Be certain that all your components are set up properly from your end by:
- Performing a diagnostic via your smart hub.
- Manually inspect each device to make sure it didn't become dislodged or need a new battery.
- Look over your schedules and presets to make sure that your system isn’t engaging at unsuitable times.
- Make sure all recently added smart devices are installed in the proper fashion and aren't disrupting your home’s alarm.
Contact your Vivint specialist if you still have issues cutting down false alarms in your New Haven home. They'll be happy to dispatch a tech to examine your system.
Check your doors and windows
In the event your configuration appears to be OK, the ensuing course of action is to do a sweep of your property. Are all your windows and doors closed tightly, or are any inadvertently ajar? If an entry point remains open, it might trip an activated sensor. If it just so happens that your household consistently neglects to secure an entrance, you can incorporate a smart locking mechanism that secures automatically when your system goes live. Sadly, windows require more manual maintenance, particularly if you have someone who prefers to rest with an open window. Fortunately, your Vivint installation makes it easy to deactivate that device while protecting the remaining areas of the house.