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Safety Author: Staff Editor Last Updated: Sep 7, 2017 - 10:06:33 PM

Smart Ways To Keep Your New Home Safe

By Staff Editor
Apr 12, 2017 - 1:09:37 PM

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( - Home buyers rejoice—spring is here! Time to dig into the competitive real estate hunt and discover the home of your dreams.

ADT, the leading provider of home security and automation, works with new home owners throughout the year, and has shared a check-list to make sure your new home is both safe and smart.

Protect Your Investments

In the excitement of finally moving into your new home, two factors many new homeowners forget to consider are carbon monoxide and fire detectors. Be sure to work with a home security and automation provider who connects these monitored devices with your home security panel to get alerts when carbon monoxide levels increase or smoke occurs. Your family’s safety shouldn’t depend on just hearing and responding to an alarm; be sure to get 24/7 professional monitoring by real people.

Embrace Complete Home Automation

Wireless home automation systems have many benefits. Not only can you check in on your home from a remote location, you can manage everything from your home security: lights, locks and more. If you’re an ADT Pulse customer, home automation is at your fingertips…and your voice. The system is compatible with Amazon Alexa Skills, which make controlling your home’s functionality simple and efficient, so you can focus on more important things—such as how to furnish your new space.

Note Your New Territory

One of the easiest and most helpful items on your checklist should be to use identification stickers. Stickers for children’s rooms and pets’ favorite places can help first responders find your loved ones quickly, so everyone can be safe and secure in an emergency. If you’re an ADT customer, these stickers are available to you at no cost. Put them to good use on your new home so you’re prepared in advance of any emergency.

Learn More

For further facts about your range of options from ADT, the leading provider of home security and automation, go to


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