Powering the Smart Home
Connect your security, lights, locks, thermostats, video and more — for seamless automation and control.
Explore our smart home to learn more.
See who's at the door with live video and two-way voice. If you’re not home, you can speak to your visitor and even unlock the door for your trusted guests.
Eliminate the need for keys with smart locks. Give each user their own lock code, remotely lock or unlock the door through your app, and get a notification whenever a user unlocks the door.
With a variety of panels to choose from, you can take advantage of features such as two-way voice for emergency response, and severe weather alerts that notify you if dangerous conditions are detected nearby. Alarm.com’s Crash & Smash technology ensures that your system will still work even if the panel is smashed.
You can keep the family room comfortable on the weekend, make sure the nursery is exactly the right temperature at naptime, and have the whole house drop to a savings setting when nobody is there. The Smart Thermostat uses all the security sensors around the home so it can automatically respond to different conditions and activities.
See what’s happening when motion is detected. The image sensor snaps a picture and sends it to you, so you’ll know what’s happening.
Smoke & CO Detectors
Protect your family with safeguards for dangerous conditions. In the event of fire, the system signals for emergency response. If carbon monoxide is detected, it shuts down the HVAC to limit the circulation.
Garage Door Control
Always forgetting to close the garage? Get an alert if the garage is left open, and close it from your app.
Keep an eye on what matters to you. Peek-in to watch live streaming video anytime, get video alerts if a specific activity occurs, and watch recorded clips – all from your app.
Add a temperature sensor to any room for added temperature optimization.
Don’t let water leaks go undetected. Get alerts if a leak is detected and avoid potentially costly water damage.
Manage lights with automatic schedules, and set rules to have lights automatically turn on in an alarm event for added visibility and safety.
Window sensors can notify you if a window is left open and communicate with your thermostat to help modify the temperature setting if left open for too long.