Home security is a top concern for nearly every homeowner which makes selecting a home security provider a very important task. With decades of home security experience, both ADT and Slomin’s have a time-proven dedication to the peace of mind and safety of their customers. While both companies offer a similar set of packages and features, there are some important differences that may help you make a decision between ADT vs Slomin’s. Take a look at our comparison to help you determine which provider is better for your home.
ADT takes the win for contract length, as ADT’s contract length is only 3 years. Slomin’s requires customers to sign a 5-year contract for their service. Although a contract ties you down to a provider for a set amount of time, if you don’t mind paying a little upfront for your equipment, we’d recommend ADT over Slomin’s.
If you don’t want to have to pay anything upfront for your home security equipment, we’d recommend Slomin’s. You’ll get everything you need for intrusion detection like a touchscreen control panel, motion detector, and 3 door sensors. With ADT, you’ll have to pay at least $99 upfront for the Traditional Package.
If you’d like more time to test out your security system, we’d recommend choosing ADT Security. ADT offers a generous 6-month money-back guarantee where you can return your equipment for a full refund if you are unsatisfied.We were not able to verify a trial period with Slomin’s.
For monitoring the interior and exterior of your home, we’d recommend ADT. ADT offers indoor, outdoor and doorbell cameras that feature HD video, motion-activated recordings, and two-way audio. Slomin’s only offers an indoor video camera that features motion-activated recordings and two-way audio. Although an indoor camera is helpful, you’ll be limited in your protection.
Tie: ADT & Slomin’s
Both providers tie for home automation features. With both ADT and Slomin’s, you can turn your home into a smart home with smart devices like smart thermostats, smart locks, light controllers, and more. With both providers, you can also create custom scenes for automating tasks like having your lights turn on at a certain time of the day.
Tie: ADT & Slomin’s
With both ADT and Slomin’s, you’ll have access to additional services. With ADT, you can also get a medical alert system for medical emergencies, and with Slomin’s, you can purchase cooling and heating services as well. We’d recommend either provider if you’re interested in purchasing more than one service.
Both ADT and Slomin’s offer great home security systems to keep your home and family safe. For those not wanting to pay anything upfront for equipment, we’d recommend Slomin’s. One downside is having to pay more for professional monitoring if you want access to remotely control your security system and video surveillance.
We’d recommend ADT if you don’t mind paying a little upfront for your equipment and want a shorter contract. After thoroughly reviewing both providers, we conclude that ADT is the winner based on the providers’ options, generous guarantee and services.