Okay Google: Ask Alarm.com to Secure My Home!

It's great to use your Alarm.com mobile app to control your home when you're out of the house. Back at home, though, voice control is a popular option that smart homeowners love.

Now, you can keep your home more secure and comfortable by talking to Google Home, our newest voice-control integration.

Our new Alarm.com Action for Google Home enables you to control your Alarm.com-powered home with intuitive voice commands for your smart security system, lights, thermostat, locks and garage doors.

Okay, Alarm.com user: here's what you can do.

Arm Your Security System

Kids in bed for the night? Finally sitting down for a movie? There's no need to get up again—or even reach for your phone—to arm your security system for the night.

"Okay Google: ask Alarm.com to arm the security system."

Disarm Your Security System

It's just as easy for you to disarm your system with voice control. But it shouldn't be easy for just anyone to disarm. So—smart feature alert—we've enabled an optional four-digit PIN for disarming, giving your voice controlled home an additional layer of security. So you'll say:

"Okay Google: ask Alarm.com to disarm the security system with (PIN)

Ask Alarm.com To Secure My Home
Control Access to Your Home

Control Access to Your Home

Our Action makes it easy to secure and unsecure your home's perimeter, with voice control for smart locks and garage doors. As with the security system, you have the option (recommended) of enabling a PIN for actions that grant entry to your home.

  • Okay Google: ask Alarm.com to open the garage with (PIN)
  • Okay Google: ask Alarm.com to unlock the front door with (PIN)
  • Okay Google: ask Alarm.com to lock the front door.

Check the Status of Devices

Sometimes, you just need to know the status of things around your home. We've made it easy to ask:

Okay Google: ask Alarm.com: is the security system armed?

Okay Google: ask Alarm.com: what's the thermostat temperature?

Change the Temperature

Knowing the temperature is good, but when you're too hot, you just want to cool down. So, we included the ability to voice-adjust your thermostat by value or comfort level.

Adjust by value: Okay Google: ask Alarm.com turn down thermostat by three degrees.

Adjust by comfort level: Okay Google: ask Alarm.com turn the temperature down. A comfort level command will adjust the thermostat by two degrees Fahrenheit.

Of course, you can always specify a temperature: Okay Google: ask Alarm.com set the temperature to 72.

Control Whole Groups of Devices

For your home's smart lights, which you likely have in several locations, you can interact with them by calling out a single device, group, or general device type. For example:

Okay Google: ask Alarm.com switch on the living room lamp.

Okay Google: ask Alarm.com switch on the office lights.

And, at bedtime: Okay Google: ask Alarm.com turn off the lights.

The same goes for your smart locks, with the ability to lock the house down with a single command: Okay Google: ask Alarm.com lock the doors.