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We Repair many False Alarms in Melbourne

Do you have false Alarms ? We Will Fix it!

There is nothing more annoying than an Alarm system with false alarms and a beeping keypad. Waking up in the early hours by the alarm sirens for no apparent reason is very troublesome.

Environmental and various system faults may cause a beeping keypad and trouble light to occur. Our experienced service technicians can analyze and repair the fault of your alarm system.

Our alarm service technicians can repair many different makes and models.

We service codepad memory light flashing - Power light flashing - Beeping alarm keypad - Alarm system reset - Alarm battery replacements - Keypad replacements - Beeping alarm fault - Smoke alarms beeping - False alarms repaired

If your home alarm system is beeping and service flashing, this is a sign that your alarm system needs to be serviced.

False alarms - tips to rectify

Low battery and Loss of Power: After 3 years a backup battery a control panel will be very low. In this case Alarm Maintenance will replace the flat battery and also give the system a good service. Burglar alarms contain batteries that require replacing periodically. Alarm systems give you a service status when the battery levels are low and in some cases can trigger a false alarm. Loss of mains power can also be the cause of beeping keypads.. An alarm system battery supplies back-up power to the panel during loss of mains and should always be in top condition

Faulty Alarm System Control Panel: Old security alarm systems can cause many false alarms and should be replaced or upgraded if needed. There is always the possibility of a faulty alarm system, keypad, panel or movement sensor causing a false alarm.

Regular Maintenance: You should conduct regular maintenance to ensure that devices and other home security equipment are cleaned, and working the way it should. Objects, dust, water leakage, spider webs, and movement sensor fittings can be reasons for false alarms.

Doors and windows sensors: If a window sensor is not installed properly it can trigger an alarm. Doors which have a deadbolt are more stronger and can help prevent false alarms.

Proper installation: When a home security alarm system is fitted, it is important that all sensors and devices are correctly installed according to Australian Standards and manufacturer's recommendations. If you're installing a do-it-yourself home security system, you must be careful so you can minimize false alarms.

Heaters and coolers, pets, rats, and insects: Some movement detectors can be triggered by heaters and coolers left operating when the alarm system is activated. Some motion detectors can be triggered by pets, rats, or insects. If you own a pet, be certain your home security system use "pet-friendly" sensors; otherwise, pets movement around the house will trigger and activate a false alarm.

User error: You may simply forget to disarm your security alarm system. Easy to forget when you are in a hurry. Please don`t forget when with trusted relatives and friends who disarms your alarm system, they understand how to operate the alarm system correctly or this may cause false alarms later on. (example: Let them know how to disarm the alarm system if it goes off for any reason). Also please read your user manual properly as there will be some handy info for false alarms.



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