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protect-Your-homeProtect Your Home Security ReviewsProtect Your Home is one of the largest home security providers in the United States, representing one of the marquee brand names in the world. They are headquartered in Indianapolis, IN with local branches spread throughout the nation. Protect Your Home’s systems have widely been regarded as top in the industry.

ADT / Protect Your Home Reviews, 6.0 out of 10 based on 21 ratings

The Pros

Home Automation:

Their technology is widely viewed as a national leader in home automation and has the reputation to back it up. To help customers with their alarm needs, Protect Your Home offers free consultation to help with a plan to best automate the home.

Professional Installation:

All of their security technicians nationwide are company-employed, background checked and drug screened. Protect Your Home’s wireless equipment, professional installation and trusted brand within the home security industry make them a favorite among consumers.


They have over a century of experience helping to protect millions of homeowners throughout North America. Protect Your Home knows how to take care of customers. Over the past 10 years, they have worked to perfect their system and back it with guarantees. But check on the guarentees since we know that there are certain restrictions.


Protect Your Home offers a variety of packages specific to each customer’s home. These packages range from large family homes to more simplistic packages. Their highly trained security technicians will customize a solution perfect for your home and budget.

The Cons

Fine Print:

Make sure you understand the details of the offer as the website can be confusing. It is important to understand what equipment package comes with the essential kit.

BBB Rating:

Protect Your Home currently holds a B- rating. In this rating, the majority of the complaints deal with billing questions.

Contract Length:

Protect Your Home has a 36 month monitoring agreement requirement. Once signed, customers are locked into that contract. However, this is fairly common with the industry as a whole.


Our Criteria

Our Ranking

Mobile Experience 8
Time in Business 10
Warranty Program 9
Contract Length 8
BBB Rating 9
Company Strength 10
Installation Fee 9
Homeowner Feedback 9
Monthly Monitoring 8
Hardware & Equipment 10

Final Ranking


Pricing and Packages

They offer a Free Wireless System (valued $850).
It includes:

  • 1 Premium Digital Touchpad with 2 Way Voice
  • 1 Wireless Keychain Remote Control 
  • 3 Wireless Window/Door Sensors
  • 1 Infrared "Pet Friendly" Motion Detector
  • 1 High-Decibel Alarm Indoor Siren
  • 1 Yard Sign and Window Decals
  • 1 Power Supply and 24 Hour Battery

To get the free system, you have to pay a $99 installation fee and purchase the monthly monitoring service starting at $36.99/month

The Bottom Line: Protect Your Home Reviews

We think Protect Your Home is a reputable company and has enough resources available to provide good customer service. They market a marquee brand that sells more home security systems than most other companies combined. Their home automation product also shows a lot of promise and is definitely worth taking a look at. As with everything, make sure you understand exactly what you are getting.

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2 thoughts on “ADT / Protect Your Home Reviews

  1. I am new to all this but ADT is the only name I recognize so I am going to go with them. Lots of my friends have ADT and seem happy enough. Thanks for the review.

  2. I used Protect Your Home. It was a decent free system with ADT backing. It didnt have all the interactive features without paying for the top of the line system.


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