The company has a terrible keypad. Our keypad repeatedly armed itself away, while we were home. Sometimes it even rearmed itself away after we had already armed it to stay. We called the company and they resent us a keypad. This one was faulty as well. They now want us to pay for the return of the replacement keypad and they still have not figured out what was wrong with the system. Why should we have to pay for something that is faulty? They should be covering the shipping and return process, especially since they have not solved the problem.
Not to mention the alarm system triggered once while we were away. No one broke in and when the police arrived there was no evidence that anyone had been at the house. When we checked to see what door had tripped, it was an internal door from the inside of our garage that was dead bolted shut. It was impossible for that door to have budged enough for the alarm to trip. But the company insisted it must have been the wind from a window blowing the door open (which we do not have any windows near the door in question). They refused to cover the police charge which was ridiculous as it was their system malfunctioning again. This happened another time with a different door, however we were able to cancel the police in time because we were close enough to home to check it out for ourselves. Other than these issues, the company is good. It would just be nice if they would stand behind their product and when there are faulty issues, cover the home owner's incurred cost.
- Company Response
Sorry to hear about your experiences with the system. I believe that out 3 year warranty proves that we do stand behind our product. If you are still experiencing any equipment issues please contact us and I'm sure we can work to resolve your issues.