Can you side step false alarms in Yakima?
Like diagnosing any concern, the best course of action is to review the owner’s instruction booklet. Make sure all alarms and sensors are set up appropriately from your perspective by:
- Running a checkup with your smart hub.
- Visually inspect each component to be certain it didn't get knocked out of place or need a new battery.
- Inspect your preset schedules to make sure that your home’s security isn’t activating at inappropriate times.
- Make sure all recently added smart devices are incorporated properly and aren't conflicting with your system.
Reach out to your Vivint agent if you are still having issues cutting down false alarms in your Yakima system. They'll be happy to dispatch a tehnician to examine your equipment.
Inspect your entry points
When your system appears to be installed properly, the ensuing measure is to do an investigation of the house. Are all your doors and widows closed tightly, or might there be a few inadvertently ajar? If an entrance is left unlatched, it could trigger an activated sensor. If your household routinely forgets to close a door, you might want to incorporate a smart locking system that secures automatically when your home security goes live. Regrettably, windows take extra physical effort, particularly if you have a family member who prefers to sleep with a window cracked. Fortunately, your Vivint installation makes it simple to deactivate that device while protecting the remaining areas of the house.