Best Home Security Systems In Las Vegas, NV

Best for Industry Experience

ADT Home Security

Starting at $45.99

8.3 out of 10

Best features

  • 140+ years in business
  • 6-month money back guarantee
  • $500 Theft Protection guarantee

Best for Smart Homes

Vivint Security

Starting at $29.99

7.7 out of 10

Best features

  • Flexible equipment configuration
  • Flexible payment options
  • Variety of cutting-edge smart home devices and features

Best for Customer Service

Frontpoint Security

Starting at $44.99

7.6 out of 10

Best features

  • Month-to-month contract
  • Renter-friendly services and equipment
  • Good customer service

Best for Easy Installation

SimpliSafe Security

Starting at $14.99

9.3 out of 10

Best features

  • Inexpensive professional monitoring
  • Wireless equipment
  • Cellular monitoring

Best Landline Monitoring

Protect America

Starting at $19.99

7.2 out of 10

Best features

  • 25+ years of industry experience
  • Price-match guarantee
  • Mobile app access & control

Best Home Security Systems In Las Vegas, NV

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SimpliSafe Security

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Pro. monitoring starts at $45.99/mo. $29.99/mo. $44.99/mo. $14.99/mo. $19.99/mo.
Installation Professional Professional DIY DIY or Professional DIY
Contract 36 months 42-60 mos. or pay for equipment in full None None 36 months
Smart home compatibility Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Video surveillance Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Warranty Option to extend limited warranty 120-day equipment warranty 3-year limited equipment warranty 3-year limited equipment warranty Lifetime equipment warranty
About Las Vegas

About Las Vegas

Many people flock to Sin City every year for the lavish hotels, hot nightlife, and countless live shows. It doesn’t matter if you’re interested in casinos, visiting night clubs or attending an awesome show, Vegas has something for just about everyone. This active city unsurprisingly attracts people and creates many jobs, which is why Las Vegas remains a fast-growing city. Among the reasons listed for moving to Las Vegas, affordable housing and tech jobs were among the top.

Overall crime rates in Las Vegas was down in 2017, but saw a major jump in property crimes – increasing by more than 700 cases in 2018 – totaling 23,599 incidents.

Las Vegas, Nevada Crime Statistics

Las Vegas, Nevada Crime Statistics

According tothe latest FBI Uniform Crime Statistics, larceny-theft had the second highest number of reported incidents and robbery with the lowest reported incidents. We’ve included a breakdown of the number of offenses reported in 2018:

  • 4,033 incidents of vehicle theft
  • 2,928 incidents of assault
  • 1,367 incidents of robbery
  • 13,414 incidents of larceny-theft
Home Security Systems in Las Vegas

Home Security Systems in Las Vegas

  1. Best for Industry Experience

    ADT Home Security

    Our rating 8.3

    Starting at $45.99/mo

    Our take on ADT Home Security

    ADT Inc. stands apart as the home security company with the most experience and the best guarantee in the industry. That’s on top of certified monitoring centers and a competitive equipment lineup that includes intrusion protection, environmental monitoring, video surveillance and smart home automation.

    Pros

    • 140+ years in business
    • 6-month money back guarantee
    • $500 Theft Protection guarantee

    Cons

    • Contract required
    • No self-installation option
    • Mobile app access not available in basic package
  2. Best for Smart Homes

    Vivint Security

    Our rating 7.7

    Starting at $29.99/mo

    Our take on Vivint Home Security

    Vivint offers all of today’s must-have home security features (professional monitoring, top-of-the-line equipment, home automation, mobile app access) with the added benefit of extensive smart home options and flexibility with your equipment and payment plan.

    Pros

    • Flexible equipment configuration
    • Flexible payment options
    • Variety of cutting-edge smart home devices and features

    Cons

    • Long contract if financing equipment
    • Expensive equipment cost
    • No DIY installation option
  3. Best for Customer Service

    Frontpoint Security

    Our rating 7.6

    Starting at $44.99/mo

    Our take on Frontpoint Home Security

    Frontpoint offers a competitive range of security equipment and monitoring services with the freedom of do-it-yourself installation and month-to-month contracts. We also appreciate their straightforward pricing and solid customer service reputation.

    Pros

    • Month-to-month contract
    • Renter-friendly services and equipment
    • Good customer service

    Cons

    • Outdoor camera, doorbell camera only available as add-ons
    • Limited home automation devices available
    • High monitoring starting price
  4. Best for Easy Installation

    SimpliSafe Security

    Our rating 9.3

    Starting at $14.99/mo

    Our take on SimpliSafe Home Security

    SimpliSafe could be considered a disrupter in the home security industry, because it was among the first to provide forward-thinking customer benefits like self-installation, self-monitoring, video verification and month-to-month pricing. Its generous 60-day risk-free trial helps ensure long-term customer satisfaction.

    Pros

    • Inexpensive professional monitoring
    • Wireless equipment
    • Cellular monitoring

    Cons

    • Mobile alerts not available in the basic monitoring plan
    • No selection of smart home devices
    • Smart home capabilities not available in basic monitoring plan
  5. Best Landline Monitoring

    Protect America

    Our rating 7.2

    Starting at $19.99/mo

    Our take on Protect America Home Security

    Protect America stands out for its low-cost landline monitoring and great coverage for rural areas. Their professional monitoring has over 25 years of award-winning service and monitoring plans that are based on connectivity type. If you’re looking for a capable no-frills home security system you can install yourself, Protect America is a good choice for your family.

    What we like

    • Price-match guarantee
    • Smart home devices and features
    • Mobile app access & control

    What we don’t like

    • Contract required
    • Must upgrade to get video surveillance, smart features and smoke detection
    • Cellular monitoring is the most expensive plan
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Factors to Consider When Buying a Home Security System

Factors to Consider When Buying a Home Security System

  • Price & Contracts

    Are you looking to pay for your equipment upfront or finance over a period of time? You’ll also need to decide whether you want to commit to a contract or have the freedom to cancel your provider’s service without penalty.

  • Monitoring

    Choose between 24/7 professional monitoring or self monitoring. Both have its perks – with professional monitoring, a specialist is available around the clock to help, and with self monitoring, you’ll be in charge and can avoid a monthly fee.

  • Installation

    Want a professional to install your security system for you, or would you rather install it on your own? Most providers either require professional installation, DIY installation, or offer a choice of both.

Common Home Security Equipment and Features

Common Home Security Equipment and Features

Head-to-Head Comparisons

Head-to-Head Comparisons

Can’t decide? Compare top providers side-by-side:      ADT vs. SimpliSafe, Vivint vs. Frontpoint, and more.

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FAQs About Home Security Systems in Las Vegas

FAQs About Home Security Systems in Las Vegas

Should I self-install my security system?

We would recommend installing your own security system only if you feel comfortable with navigating and managing the equipment. If you don’t feel confident setting up your own security system, then we would recommend choosing a professionally installed option.

Are smart lights necessary?

Every home is different and every person is different. If you leave the house unattended often, then having smart lights would allow you to turn lights on and off from your phone, creating the appearance that someone if home and thus preventing intruders.

Why should I invest in an outdoor or video doorbell camera?

Having a porch camera can help you deter thieves who are often looking for an easy haul. With most outdoor and video doorbell cameras, you’ll get notifications whenever activity is detected outside of your home, and you may also be able to view a live video feed. Cameras designed with two-way audio also allow you to scare away an intruder who tries to steal a package or break into your home.


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