Home Security Systems and ADT Can Help Protect Your Vermont Home
For more than a century now, ADT has been providing exceptional customer service and security solutions to homeowners across North America. In fact, ADT helps secure six million government, commercial and residential customers â including Vermont homeowners just like you. If highly-regarded infrastructures like The White House and the Pentagon can rely on ADT for security, than you can certainly turn to them for the best home security systems in Vermont.
Vermont homeowners: Get around-the-clock monitoring for your home
When you sign up for a home security system from ADT, you'll receive more than just a collection of equipment. You'll also receive monitoring 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. ADT never stops working for you and keeps a close watch on your Vermont residence when you're sleeping or when you're not there.
Who's watching over your home when you're away? ADT's network of Customer Monitoring Centers. This series of eight interconnected command centers forms one virtual platform that allows alarm traffic to be rerouted from one center to another if one of the centers becomes nonoperational or experiences excessive alarm traffic and calls.
In the event that your home security system's alarm goes off, an ADT dispatcher will be notified immediately. They can then alert the proper authorities if necessary. The CMC's handle more than 19 million customer calls a year â that's 3.3 customer transactions every second! You'll have peace of mind knowing you're in the capable hands of an expert and leader in the home security systems industry.
ADT features innovative wireless home security system technology
Did you know that a wireless home security system can help better protect you than a traditional hard-wired system? Since there are no wires a potential burglar could cut through to disable your ADT monitored home security system, you'll have an added layer of protection and a better sense of security knowing you're safe. Many of the featured equipment is also wireless including the wireless digital keypad, wireless keychain remote and wireless entryway contact sensors, also known as Three Points of Protection.
Other wireless technology includes CellGuardÂ®. This feature utilizes backup digital cellular technology by placing a transmitter in your control panel which acts as a way to call for help. Using the cell towers in your area, the transmitter sends a signal to one of the monitoring centers through a cellular signal instead of a landline. CellGuardÂ® is ideal for Vermont homeowners who do not have traditional landlines. It can also be used as a backup for homes with landlines.
Another innovative wireless feature is ADT PulseÂ®. The PulseÂ® feature gives you the ability to arm or disarm your home security system from remote locations using mobile devices such as your smartphone, tablet and laptop computer. You'll also receive security status updates through emails and text messages so you'll know what's going on at your Vermont home when you can't be there.
FREE consultation for your home security system
Now that you've found the right home security provider, it's time to find the right home security system for your Vermont home. Every ADT monitored home security system is able to be customized to fit your specific security needs and lifestyle. Whether you need additional points of protection or a plan that will cover you if you don't have a landline, ADT can help provide an optimal solution for your family and home.
When you call, a security specialist will work with you to help you find the best security system for your home. This consultation is no cost to you and will help you locate the best and most affordable home security system. This is just one more way ADT provides its customers with impressive customer care.
Home security systems from ADT are available throughout New England
If you don't live in Vermont and are looking for the best home security systems, you can still find a great ADT deal in your area. Click on your state below to discover.
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