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Did you know 93% of all calls to the police about alarm system turn out to be a False alarm! And 70% of the above are caused by human error.
If you are having problems with your system give us a ring. It could be that your system just needs to be reprogrammed to give more time to get to the keypad or a zone changed to start the entry timer in the morning, so you don’t wake all the neighbors.
False Alarm Prevention Checklist
- Know your system and password!
- Make sure all doors and windows are locked.
- With motion or glass break detectors, make sure that windows are secured. A breeze can move curtains and plants, causing motion sensors to trigger. A glass break detector may react to outside noise.
- Before setting your alarm system make sure family pets are in a “safe” area where they will not disturb motion sensors.
- Do not allow any moving items to remain in an area where a motion sensor is located. Loose banners, fans and balloons cause false alarms.
- Everyone with a key to your property should know how to operate the system and have a password.
- Investigate all unexplained alarms.
- Have your system serviced on a regular basis.
- Make sure that if you are going away you leave a key with someone and make sure that any of the neighbors have the key holders phone number.
Upgrade old, obsolete systems
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