Can you side step false alarms in Orange County?
Just like you would address any problem, the first thing to do is read the manual. Make sure all alarms and sensors are installed correctly from your perspective by:
- Executing a diagnostic through your smart hub touchscreen.
- Manually inspect each component to make sure it didn't become dislodged or need a battery change.
- Check your scheduling to make sure that your system isn’t arming at unsuitable times.
- Be certain that all integrated smart components are installed properly and aren't conflicting with your alarms.
Call your customer service specialist if you still have problems cutting down false alarms in your Orange County security system. They'll be happy to schedule a tech to inspect your equipment.
Investigate your doors and windows
If your installation seems to be installed properly, the ensuing measure is to do a sweep of your residence. Are all your doors and widows shut tight, or do you find some mistakenly cracked? If an entrance stays unlatched, it might trigger a sensor. If it just so happens that your clan routinely forgets to close a door, you could incorporate a smart locking system that locks automatically when your home security is engaged. Sadly, windows require more physical effort, particularly if you have someone who likes to fall asleep with a cracked window. Thankfully, your Vivint installation makes it simple to turn off that sensor while still shielding the remainder of the property.