water, smoke, carbon dioxide detection

When fire, carbon monoxide or water leaks threaten your home, alarm.com gives you proactive environmental protection and awareness that traditional security can't.


This solution uses water sensors to detect leaks. These small devices are easy to install and can be placed in your home's most vulnerable areas. You can place them under your sink, behind your washing machine, in the closet where your water heater is, or by your basement door. 

Once your sensors are installed and configured, your Alarm.com system will recognize where each one is, enabling it to instantly pinpoint the location of a detected water leak. The minute one of your water sensors detects a leak, your system will alert you on your smartphone. Right away, you can start fixing the problem.

Sump pump monitoring uses a water sensor in the sump well and a heavy-duty smart switch to  trigger instant alerts from Alarm.com's smart home security platform when there's trouble in your basement.   It can tell you whether the pump has simply lost power (go and check your circuit breaker), or if it's powered but not running (the pump itself is broken). It can even let you know if the pump is working but not removing water fast enough. 


CO & Smoke Detectors

Your first defense against the elements is detection. With connected smoke and carbon monoxide sensors, your system will instantly pinpoint a danger area in your home. 

In the event of fire, your professional monitoring service will spring into action immediately. A security professional will assess the situation immediately and dispatch emergency services if needed. Whether you're home or away, help will be at hand.  

Emergency Buttons

In case of a fire, kids choking, or someone getting injured, just push a button and know help is on the way. 

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