Numerous false alarms in Boulder are avoidable
When figuring out any problem, the initial step is to reference the manual. Ensure all alarms and sensors are connected appropriately from your end by:
- Performing a checkup through your touchscreen smart hub.
- Physically inspect each device to make sure it didn't slip or need a new battery.
- Inspect your preset schedules to ensure that your alarms aren’t arming at inappropriate times.
- Make sure all new smart implements are incorporated in the proper fashion and aren't conflicting with your alarms.
Call your customer service agent if you still have problems cutting down false alarms in your Boulder system. They'll be happy to send out a tech to inspect your system.
Investigate your windows and doors
When your system seems to be alright, the ensuing step is to thoroughly inspect your property. Are all your entries closed tightly, or might there be a few inadvertently cracked? If an entry point stays unsecured, it may trip a sensor. If it just so happens that your clan routinely neglects to close an entry point, you could install a smart lock that automatically locks when your system is engaged. Sadly, windows require additional hands-on attention, especially if you have a loved one who likes to sleep with a cracked window. Luckily, your Vivint home security system makes it easy to deactivate that sensor while protecting the rest of the property.