Best Home Security Systems in North Las Vegas, NV

Updated Feb 19, 2021
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$45.99/mo.$29.99/mo.$29.99/mo.$14.99/mo.$44.99/mo.
Installation
ProfessionalProfessionalProfessionalDIY or ProfessionalDIY
Contract
36 monthsNot specified42-60 mos. or pay for equipment in fullNoneNone
Smart home compatibility
YesYesYesYesYes
Video surveillance
YesYesYesYesYes
Warranty
Option to extend limited warrantyNot specified120-day equipment warranty3-year limited equipment warranty3-year limited equipment warranty

About North Las Vegas

Neighboring the city of Las Vegas, North Las Vegas is one of the fastest-growing cities in Nevada. North Las Vegas is known for its panoramic desert vistas, Nevada’s only NASCAR event, and the Nellis Air Force Base. Whether it’s visiting museums, heading down to the strip, checking out racing tracks, or hiking nature trails, there’s something for everyone in North Las Vegas.

According to U.S. Census data, North Las Vegas has a current population of 251,974 and experienced 16.3% growth over the past 10 years. A growing population means that crime levels are inevitably affected, so it’s important to protect yourself and your family from property-based crime. Below, we share some of the best home security providers in the North Las Vegas area to help you choose the right home security company to keep your home safe.

North Las Vegas Crime Statistics

According to the FBI’s 2018 Crime in the U.S. report, there were a total of 5,202 property crimes recorded in North Las Vegas that year. Neighborhood Scout estimates that there is a 1-in-46 chance of becoming a victim of property crime, which is similar to the 1-in-41 average across Nevada.

Here is a breakdown of the most common crimes reported in North Las Vegas in 2018: 

  • 443 incidents of robbery
  • 1,760 incidents of aggravated assault
  • 1,326 incidents of burglary
  • 2,677 incidents of larceny-theft
  • 1,199 incidents of motor vehicle theft
  • Best for Intruder Detection

    Eagle Sentry

    BBB rating
    A+
    Starting at
    $29.99/mo

    Our take

    Our take on Eagle Sentry: Eagle Sentry is an experienced provider that stands out with its different types of sensors to detect intruders. The Las Vegas-based company offers audio-sensing glass-break sensors and magnetic contact sensors, as well as motion detectors that can quickly alert you to intruders. This technology, alongside its surveillance and panic buttons, makes Eagle Sentry notable for its equipment packages. 

     

    ★ Recommended plan: The Eagle package offers five layers of protection, advanced cameras, and platinum monitoring services.

    Pros

    • Customizable plans
    • Affordable monthly monitoring costs
    • Glass-break and magnetic sensors

    Cons

    • Limited information on packages and equipment
    • No information on warranties for equipment
    • Unclear whether a contract is required.

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  • Best home security for industry experience

    ADT Home Security

    Our rating
    9.7
    Starting at
    $45.99/mo

    Our Take on ADT Home Security

    ADT Home Security is a well-known name in the home security industry. It offers traditional security that requires professional installation and monitoring at a steep price.

    Pros

    • 6-month money-back guarantee
    • $500 theft protection guarantee
    • High-quality equipment

    Cons

    • Must pay for an extended warranty
    • Lengthy contracts
    • More expensive than competitors

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  • Best smart home security

    Vivint Home Security

    Our rating
    9.7
    Starting at
    $29.99/mo

    Our Take on Vivint Home Security

    Vivint is our top choice for smart home security with an extensive line of equipment filled with smart features. The control panel also doubles as a smart hub. The only downside is that Vivint requires a long-term contract if you finance the equipment. Professional monitoring and installation are also required. 

    Pros

    • Smart Hub to connect and control smart home and security devices
    • Extensive smart features for security equipment including package detection and Smart Deter
    • Wide range of security and smart home equipment

    Cons

    • Contract required for service and financed equipment.
    • Professional monitoring and installation required
    • Expensive equipment compared to other providers

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  • Best overall DIY security system

    SimpliSafe Home Security

    Our rating
    9.9
    Starting at
    $14.99/mo

    Our take on SimpliSafe Home Security:

    SimpliSafe Home Security is our top pick for inexpensive monitoring, durable equipment, and reliable services that simplify home security. You’ll have all the right devices and features to give you peace of mind — even when the unexpected happens.

     

    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 the basic monitoring plan

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  • Best pet-friendly home security

    Frontpoint Home Security

    Our rating
    9.4
    Starting at
    $44.99/mo
    1-888-688-5779

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    Our Take on Frontpoint Home Security

    Frontpoint Security lets you choose both your package and monitoring plan to help build the best home security system for renters and homeowners alike. Monitoring can be costly, but free DIY installation helps lower costs without reducing reliability or protection.

    Pros

    • No lengthy contracts
    • Excellent customer service
    • Variety of equipment to choose from

    Cons

    • Monitoring fees are relatively expensive
    • Short trial period (30 days)
    • No professional installation option

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Other Local Providers

The Las Vegas area is home to several reputable home security providers. If you are looking for a locally based home security provider, here are some of the top picks for North Las Vegas:

  • Secure24: As an ADT dealer, Secure24 provides great security equipment and 24/7 monitoring in the North Las Vegas area.
  • Atlas Integrated Security: Atlas offers a range of helpful services, including alarm systems, access control, surveillance systems, and fire doors. 
  • Shield Fire & Security: Shield can install high-quality home security systems, including video doorbells, that can be controlled from the Honeywell Total Connect app.
  • Desert Home Alarm: Desert is a Monitronics partner that provides monitored home security services and state-of-the-art equipment.

Additional Areas Covered

Home security providers and alarm companies in North Las Vegas may also protect homes in the following neighborhoods and cities:

  • Summerlin
  • Summerlin South
  • Winchester
  • Whitney
  • Enterprise
  • Henderson
  • Tule Springs
  • Desert Shores
  • Pittman
  • Centennial Hills
  • North Cheyenne

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

  • Control panel/hub

    As the brain of your security system, the control panel allows you to arm and disarm your security system, manage smart home devices, and in some cases, speak with a monitoring center specialist via two-way communication. Learn more about the control panels offered by ADT, Vivint, and Brinks.

  • Motion sensor

    As one of the sentinels in your home, the motion sensor captures unusual activity, and your system lets you know. Some providers have motion sensors that are designed to be pet-friendly, avoiding pets under 80 pounds to help prevent false alarms. Learn more about motion sensors here in our post.

  • Door/window sensor

    Door/window sensors are sentinels for your entry points. Most have a discreet profile so they’re not easily seen, but once an entry point is breached, your control panel sounds an alarm to let the intruder know they’ve been caught. Learn more about the door/window sensors offered by Frontpoint, Protect America, and SimpliSafe.

  • Indoor security camera

    If you want to be able to monitor the interior of your home, communicate with family members, and check in on pets, then choosing an indoor security camera is a great option. Most indoor cameras feature HD video, come with night vision, and have two-way communication. Learn more about indoor security camera options offered by SimpliSafe, Vivint, and Abode.

  • Outdoor security camera

    Keep tabs on your property no matter your location with an outdoor security cameras. Most outdoor cameras have weatherproof features, night vision, and some even have deterrence features. Learn more about the outdoor security camera options offered by ADT, Vivint, and Frontpoint.

  • Video doorbell camera

    Check your front doorstep without having to leave work with a video doorbell camera. Most video doorbells have built-in two-way communication and night vision. Learn more about the video doorbells offered by Guardian Protection, Vivint, and SimpliSafe.

  • Smart thermostat

    With a smart thermostat, you can potentially improve your home’s energy efficiency. Most smart thermostats allow you to program them, creating a schedule for when your home’s heating and cooling system turns on. Some will also automatically adjust themselves based on certain conditions. Learn more about the smart thermostats offered by Vivint, Frontpoint, and ADT.

  • Smart lock

    Go keyless with a smart lock, designed so you can easily lock or unlock your door via app. Some smart locks have a keycode feature, allowing you to set unique PINs for family members and or professionals who may need to access your home. Learn more about the smart locks offered by Guardian Protection, Protect America, and Scout.

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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