In the event that your alarm suffers a fault, or your keypad is beeping an you have no idea why, we’re at your service.
Alarms can develop faults for a variety of reasons, ranging from improper original installation to technical faults with your area’s power supply and a host of other problems in between.
We highly recommend that you DO NOT disconnect your alarm’s power supply, even if it is making a great deal of noise and causing a nuisance – It’s much better to just get it fixed as soon as possible.
If you disconnect your alarm’s power supply, it will begin using its back-up battery. When the battery runs out, your home will be unprotected and you will need to have the battery replaced.
A problematic alarm is more than just a nuisance to you and your neighbours. Alarms that trigger often, especially as a result of a technical issue, become less of a priority to police. What happens when you have a real emergency, where your alarm is supposed to be taken seriously? You’ll have more problems than Jay Z… and that’s saying something.
Of course, there may be some circumstances where it is advisable to simply replace the system rather than trying to repair it, for example:
- If faults will be an ongoing problem
- If parts are no longer available
- If your alarm will never function optimally
- Or if it would simply be more cost effective to replace the system rather than repair it.
Get in touch with us today by calling 1300 23 00 23 or click here to book online.