Can you side step false alarms in Muncie?
Like diagnosing any issue, the initial step is to read the owner’s instruction booklet. Ensure all alarms and sensors are set up appropriately from your end by:
- Executing a diagnostic through your touchscreen smart hub.
- Manually check each component to make sure it didn't become dislodged or need a battery change.
- Inspect your schedules and presets to be certain that your system isn’t arming at unsuitable times.
- Make sure all integrated smart devices are incorporated in the proper fashion and aren't disrupting your home’s alarm.
Reach out to your customer service agent if you still have issues cutting down false alarms in your Muncie system. They'll be pleased to schedule a trained expert to inspect your equipment.
Inspect your entry points
If your system seems to be alright, the next measure is to do a sweep of the house. Are all your doors and widows closed tightly, or might there be a few accidentally cracked? If an access point stays unlatched, it may activate a sensor. If it just so happens that your household routinely neglects to secure an entry point, you might want to incorporate a smart locking mechanism that secures automatically when the alarm is engaged. Unfortunately, windows require extra manual maintenance, mainly if you have someone who prefers to sleep with an open window. Fortunately, your Vivint home security system makes it easy to deactivate that sensor while still shielding the remainder of the residence.