Can you avoid false alarms in Binghamton?
Like diagnosing any issue, the initial step is to reference the manual. Be certain that all your components are connected properly on your end by:
- Executing a system analysis via your smart hub touchscreen.
- Physically check each sensor to make sure it didn't get knocked out of place or need a new battery.
- Check your scheduling to make sure that your alarms aren’t activating at inopportune times.
- Be certain that all new smart implements are installed correctly and aren't conflicting with your system.
Contact your service specialist if you continue to have trouble cutting down false alarms in your Binghamton system. They'll be happy to schedule a tech to check your equipment.
Inspect your entry points
When your configuration seems to be alright, the next step is to do an investigation of your property. Are all your windows and doors shut tight, or are any mistakenly ajar? If an entry point is left open, it might trip a motion sensor. In the event your clan consistently fails to shut an entry point, you might want to implement a smart locking mechanism that locks automatically when the alarm is activated. Sadly, windows require extra manual maintenance, especially if you have a loved one who likes to rest with a window cracked. Fortunately, your Vivint installation makes it simple to disengage that sensor while protecting the rest of the house.