Many false alarms in Topeka are avoidable
Just like you would address any problem, the best course of action is to reference the owner’s instruction booklet. Ensure all alarms and sensors are connected appropriately from your perspective by:
- Running a system analysis through your smart hub.
- Visually inspect each component to be certain it didn't slip or need a battery change.
- Look over your scheduling to ensure that your home’s security isn’t arming at unsuitable times.
- Make sure all new smart implements are configured properly and aren't conflicting with your alarms.
Reach out to your customer service specialist if you continue to have issues cutting down false alarms in your Topeka system. They'll gladly send out a tech to check your setup.
Inspect your windows and doors
If your system seems to be installed properly, the subsequent course of action is to do a sweep of your property. Are your doors and widows tightly secured, or are any mistakenly ajar? If an entrance stays unlatched, it may trip an activated sensor. If it just so happens that your household consistently fails to secure a door, you can incorporate a smart lock that secures automatically when your system is activated. Unfortunately, windows take additional manual maintenance, mainly if you have someone who enjoys to fall asleep with a cracked window. Luckily, your Vivint home security system makes it easy to deactivate that alarm while protecting the remainder of the house.