ADT Pulse Customers Can Now Control Their Heating/Cooling with Nest

Published November 12th, 2015 | By

Customers of ADT Pulse security automation have long-enjoyed the benefits of home temperature automation through ADT-manufactured smart thermostats. Now with a new partnership that started out in select cities, ADT customers all over the country can now use Nest Learning Thermostats as part of their ADT Pulse package.

ADT is celebrating the expansion of this partnership by offering the 3rd Generation Learning Thermostat for new customers of ADT Pulse and existing customers who wish to upgrade to ADT Pulse.

The 3rd Generation Learning Thermostat was only recently released, and offers a thinner, sleeker design, as well as a built-in diagnostic system capable of alerting users about potential issues with their heating system.

What does Nest do for you?

When you get ADT Pulse with Nest integration, you’ll get more control over the energy use of your home. Nest technology is noted for its ability to “learn” and remember the temperature of your home at certain times, and even turns down your home’s temperature while everyone is away.

Through several independent studies, such a smart technology allows customers to save up to 10-12% on their heating bills and 15% on their cooling bills.

Representatives of ADT and Nest offered their excitement in regards to the partnership, as can be read in recent press release:

“The nationwide availability of ADT Pulse with Nest integration is a significant milestone as we continue defining the new era of Smart Security,” said ADT Chief Innovation Officer Arthur Orduña. “By combining the best-in-class monitored security with innovative home automation solutions in partnership with companies like Nest, ADT is able to deliver a truly cohesive and differentiated value for the modern consumer.”

“Nest and ADT share a similar vision: deliver smart, intuitive solutions that meet the evolving needs of today’s consumer,” said Ben Bixby, Head of Energy and Enterprise Programs, Nest Labs. “We are incredibly excited to launch the national rollout of our partnership and bring the best in home security and connected home experiences to customers across the country.”

How you can get started

If you think it’s time to get the best in both ADT Pulse and Nest, it’s never too late to upgrade to ADT Pulse. Call Home Security Team today at 1-800-693-2067 and talk to an ADT representative about getting ADT Pulse with Nest integration in your home.

 

 

 

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