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Alarms are not fool-proof. There are instances that they go off without actual danger. Here are some recommended actions that you can take in these circumstances.
Both car and home alarm systems run the risk of false alarms and its effects such as panic and nuisance to you and the people in the immediate surroundings. Window and door sensors can be tampered by deterioration of materials, defective wiring, and damage to the mechanisms itself. If this is the case, simply replace the damaged sensors immediately for continuous protection.

If you employ the services of a security company, you might already know that most of these companies operate with monitoring contracts that last for a year. If you find their services unsatisfactory and wish to relieve yourself of the claws of the contract, you can get in touch with your local housing ombudsman. Or better yet, to avoid this incidence in the first place, see if the security company has a NACOSS or SSAIB approval. These agencies carefully sift through security companies and award their endorsement to those who reaches their high standards.
Your car alarm system is dependent on its power source, be it the car’s regular battery or a separate power source. With this in consideration, you should always keep your battery in good condition, and more importantly, it should keep the alarm system functioning. In occasion that you have to go out of town and have no plans of using your car for a long time, you should consider getting back up power source for your vehicle.

Furthermore, if your car alarm is often activated but only because of false alarms, you should look into the sensitivity settings of your system and contact your local security company for further assistance.

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