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Free ADT Home Security Quote for Renters & Homeowners

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Renters and homeowners, if you’ve been thinking about investing in home security, now may be a good time. Just for the summer, ADT is offering a Google Nest doorbell installed for free with your 36-month monitoring contract. That’s a savings of $229.

There’s no purchase required to get your free quote to see if ADT is the right option for you.

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What’s ADT?

ADT is a smart home security provider and has been ranked #1 four years in a row. Your security system can include video surveillance, home automation, door sensors, carbon monoxide detectors, and more. With 24/7 professional monitoring, you can rest easy knowing you and your belongings are safe.

ADT also offers a Theft Protection Guarantee. If a burglary occurs while your ADT security system is armed, the company will pay up to $500 of your insurance deductible.

Here’s how to get the deal:

  1. Head to the ADT home protection center online.
  2. Choose whether you’re a homeowner or a renter.
  3. Enter your information and submit it to get a free quote.
  4. Speak with an ADT representative and claim your free Google Nest doorbell installation if you decide to purchase.
    • Note that the doorbell installation requires a 36-month monitoring contract.

Is this deal legit?

Bottom line cost: The quote is free and a purchase is not required. The price of the monitoring package will vary.

When will I be charged? You won’t be charged unless you purchase a monitoring package.