Best Home Security Companies in Louisville

History
Louisville was named after George Rogers Clark and is named after King Louis XVI of France by George Rogers Clark in 1778. Louisville is one of the oldest U.S. cities west of the Appalachian mountains. The Settlement was originally a port city as it lies on the Ohio river. This made it easy to transport goods in and out of Louisville. The Louisville Nashville Railroad was founded here which became one of the country's major railroad companies spanning more than 6,000 miles. Today Louisville is the home of the Kentucky Derby, Kentucky Fried Chicken, the University of Louisville, Louisville Slugger baseball bats and 3 of Kentucky's six Fortune 500 companies. The USPS central hub is also located within the city.
Population
2014 census estimates show that Louisville has a population of 760,026 residents. The great Louisville area has a total population of 1,269,702.
Crime Rates
According to a 2005 survey, Louisville Kentucky ranked as the 7th safest large city in the United States. 2014 statistics show that per 100,000 residents during that year, 591 were victims of violent crime, 8.3 were murdered, 27 raped, 329 robbed, 4,185 were victims of property crime, 947 were burglarized and 2,902 were victims of larceny/theft.
#1

Protect America

9.2

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7.7

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Pay $0 upfront for equipment with Protect America. Their DIY equipment takes less than 30 minutes to set up and many customers report that installation is simple. Read reviews for pricing breakdown.

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#5

Frontpoint

7.1

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7.1

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Frontpoint is a DIY alarm and home automation system. Customers can select from equipment packages, purchase equipment individually, or mix-and-match. Monthly costs depend on how much is spent upfront.

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#4

SimpliSafe

7.2

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5.1

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Simplisafe sells home security equipment that customers can purchase upfront without being locked into contracts. Equipment comes with a 3-year warranty. Monthly monitoring ranges from $15-25/month.

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#3

Alarm Grid

7.3

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9.9

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Alarm Grid does not require a contract for customers. Their equipment comes with a 30-day return policy. Their home security equipment can be purchased upfront or financed. 

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#18

LiveWatch Security

5.6

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6.3

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LiveWatch Security equipment can be purchased upfront or rolled into the customer's monthly monitoring costs. The company only sells home security products - no home automation products are available.

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#26

Security One Alarm Systems

5.2

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4.5

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Security One offers a price-lock guarantee and does not charge upfront fees. Available in 48/50 U.S. states.

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#15

Vivint

5.8

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1.4

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On top of home security equipment, Vivint offers many smart home products for their customers. Monitoring services come with a 5-year contract. All equipment is purchased up front.

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#56

Cove

3.3

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10.0

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Cove has no contracts for home security. The company sends home security and home automation text notifications within 30 seconds. This is a DIY system that can be installed in 30 minutes.

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#44

Fort Knox Security

3.9

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N/A

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Fort Knox uses a multi-cellular connection monitoring. They offer home security, safety (fire, smoke, CO2), and automation (lights, locks, etc) equipment. Monthly monitoring starts at $15.95/month.

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#48

Brinks Home Security

3.7

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0.0

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Brinks Home Security offers wireless monitoring only. Packages range from $299-$499 upfront, with monthly monitoring rangine from $29-$39. Customers can choose professional or DIY installation.

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#37

Google Nest

4.3

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Customers use the Google Nest hub to set up security and smart home equipment around their home. Alarms can be professionally monitored by Brink.

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#42

Abode

4.1

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N/A

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Offers professional- or self-monitored systems. Abode builds a home security package for individuals based on their home or apartment specs.

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#31

Swann

4.6

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N/A

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Swann is a well-known security camera manufacturer. The company also offers professional video monitoring on a month-to-month basis for $23-45/month.

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#58

Alder

3.3

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0.0

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Alder is a DIY home security system for houses or apartments that customers can install in 10 minutes. The company responds to alarms in under 4 seconds. Purchase requires a 5-year contract.

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#67

Deep Sentinel

2.9

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N/A

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Deep Sentinel promises a call to police in 30 seconds if the home alarm goes off. They specialize in home security cameras.

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#77

Minut

2.2

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N/A

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Minut is an all-in-one self-monitored alarm system. One hub provides: motion, noise, environment, and alarm detection. Integrates with Amazon and Google

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#43

Home8

3.9

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N/A

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Home8 is a DIY security company for homes and businesses. There are no contracts and their equipment is cheaper to similar DIY companies.

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