Can you stop false alarms in Myrtle Beach?
Like diagnosing any concern, the initial step is to review the guidebook. Be certain that all alarms and sensors are installed appropriately on your end by:
- Executing a diagnostic via your touchscreen smart hub.
- Physically inspect each component to make sure it didn't become dislodged or need a battery change.
- Check your preset schedules to make sure that your system isn’t engaging at inappropriate times.
- Be certain that all integrated smart components are installed in the proper fashion and aren't interfering with your alarms.
Reach out to your service agent if you continue to have problems cutting down false alarms in your Myrtle Beach system. They'll be happy to dispatch a tehnician to examine your equipment.
Check your entry points
If your configuration appears to be OK, the next step is to do a sweep of your property. Are your entries tightly secured, or might there be a few mistakenly open? If an entrance is left unsecured, it may activate a sensor. If it just so happens that your family constantly forgets to secure an entry point, you could incorporate a smart locking mechanism that secures automatically when your system is engaged. Regrettably, windows need more physical effort, especially if you have a loved one who prefers to rest with an open window. Thankfully, your Vivint home security system makes it simple to turn off that sensor while still shielding the rest of the residence.