Many false alarms in New Brunswick are avoidable
When figuring out any issue, the initial step is to review the owner’s instruction booklet. Be certain that all your components are set up correctly on your end by:
- Performing a diagnostic through your touchscreen smart hub.
- Manually inspect each component to make sure it didn't become dislodged or need a battery change.
- Inspect your scheduling to ensure that your system isn’t arming at inopportune times.
- Ensure all new smart devices are incorporated properly and aren't conflicting with your system.
Contact your service representative if you still have issues cutting down false alarms in your New Brunswick system. They'll be pleased to dispatch a trained expert to inspect your system.
Check your windows and doors
In the event your installation seems to be OK, the ensuing step is to do a sweep of your property. Are all your windows and doors shut tight, or do you find some accidentally open? If an entry point is left unlatched, it might trip an activated sensor. If your household constantly fails to shut an entrance, you could incorporate a smart locking mechanism that secures automatically when the alarm is activated. Sadly, windows take more manual maintenance, especially if you have a loved one who enjoys to rest with a window cracked. Fortunately, your Vivint installation makes it simple to turn off that device while still guarding the remainder of the house.