For home security you don’t have to second-guess, you can’t do better than an ADT security system in your apartment, condo, or home. Our favorite thing about ADT is its six redundant monitoring centers. This technology ensures that you’ll never be without professional monitoring—even if a monitoring center loses power.
- Affordable Package Options
ADT has a variety of package options and prices to choose from. It also does a great job of offering discounts and deals to help ease upfront equipment and installation costs.
- Movers Security Guarantee*
As a renter, you don’t want to risk losing your security system just because your lease runs out. If you’ve been a customer for at least two years, ADT lets you move your system—or set up a new one—without incurring new equipment or installation fees.
*Certain terms and restrictions may apply. Guarantees may change at any time, so check with a representative for current details.
- Over 140 Years of Security Know-How
You can’t stay at the top of your industry for nearly a century-and-a-half without becoming an expert. Because ADT has more experience than any other home security company, this company knows how to deliver security you count on—whether you need to protect your apartment, condo, or single-family dwelling.
ADT delivers top-of-the-line protection, but ADT packages come with long contracts and penalties for cancelling early. When you’re renting, it can be tough to take on a three-year contract.
- Warranty Not Included in All Plans
ADT offers great deals on purchasing equipment, but that doesn’t mean you always get a warranty if something goes wrong. ADT requires an upgrade to activate an extended equipment warranty.
- Home Automation Requires Upgrade
ADT’s entry-level packages don’t include home automation capabilities. But you can upgrade to the ADT Pulse® package, which features IFTTT (If This Then That) tech that lets you control everything from door locks and lights to the thermostat.
- No Trial Period
There’s no option that lets you try out an ADT security package before making a full-on commitment. It’s hard enough to sign on the dotted line for a year-long apartment lease, so taking on a three-year security contract can feel daunting.