Can you side step false alarms in Mobile?
Like diagnosing any issue, the first thing to do is reference the owner’s instruction booklet. Ensure all alarms and sensors are connected correctly from your perspective by:
- Running a checkup through your smart hub touchscreen.
- Manually inspect each device to be certain it didn't become dislodged or need fresh batteries.
- Look over your scheduling to be certain that your alarms aren’t arming at inopportune times.
- Ensure all integrated smart components are installed in the proper fashion and aren't disrupting your alarms.
Reach out to your Vivint specialist if you are still having trouble cutting down false alarms in your Mobile security system. They'll be pleased to send out a trained expert to inspect your setup.
Inspect your doors and windows
When your installation checks out alright, the ensuing step is to thoroughly inspect your property. Are all your entries shut tight, or might there be a few accidentally ajar? If an entrance stays unlatched, it might trigger an activated sensor. In the event your family consistently fails to shut a door, you can implement a smart lock that secures automatically when the alarm is engaged. Sadly, windows need more hands-on attention, mainly if you have a family member who prefers to rest with a window cracked. Luckily, your Vivint installation makes it easy to deactivate that alarm while protecting the remainder of the residence.