Many false alarms in Las Cruces are avoidable
Just like you would address any concern, the initial step is to reference the owner’s instruction booklet. Make sure all alarms and sensors are set up appropriately from your end by:
- Performing a system analysis with your smart hub touchscreen.
- Physically inspect each sensor to ensure it didn't slip or need a battery change.
- Inspect your schedules and presets to make sure that your home’s security isn’t activating at inopportune times.
- Be certain that all new smart devices are installed properly and aren't disrupting your system.
Reach out to your Vivint specialist if you are still having issues cutting down false alarms in your Las Cruces system. They'll be happy to send out a trained expert to inspect your equipment.
Check your entry points
In the event your system appears to be OK, the subsequent measure is to do a sweep of the house. Are your entries tightly secured, or do you find some mistakenly open? If an entry point remains open, it could activate a sensor. If your household consistently neglects to shut an entrance, you might want to incorporate a smart locking mechanism that secures automatically when the alarm is engaged. Unfortunately, windows require more physical effort, particularly if you have someone who prefers to sleep with an open window. Thankfully, your Vivint installation makes it a breeze to disengage that sensor while protecting the rest of the house.