Welcome to Home Automation Systems, a Vivint Authorized Dealer in El Paso.
We are your premiere stop for Smart.home, home surveillance, home security and home automation in El Paso. We specialize in custom solutions to fit your family or businesses wants and needs.
Get a Vivint.smarthome for your El Paso home
Welcome to HD Home Automation Systems in El Paso. We are your premier home management, smart home and home security experts. From your initial call to the professional installation, our entire process is sharpened to give you the control you need. We work closely with you to create a system built with your comfort, schedule and lifestyle in mind. When you bring Vivint’s cutting edge technology into your home, you bring your home into the 21st century.
Vivint Home Security Systems for El Paso
Crime is a big problem with a lot of statistics to prove it. You can be part of the problem or part of the solution. Don’t become part of the crime statistics in El Paso. Call Today and get your home fitted with a state of the art home security system from Vivint. Protecting your home and family begins with the things you can control, like natural surveillance and physical security. Our professional installers and dedicated customer service can get you the protection you need.
Vivint is authorized to install and provide security services in all fifty states, and three countries. With decades of security experience Vivint provides a professional touch and always ensures that home and business security expectations are met. HD Home Automation Systems and Vivint believe in honesty, integrity and hard work. We strive to meet all of our customers needs.
*This address is a sales offices only. No payments, correspondence, or equipment drop-offs will be accepted at this address. Please call Vivint Customer Service at 1-800-216-5232 to make arrangements for payment and equipment drop-off and delivery.
El Paso, TX Facts
The Sun City, El Chuco
256.3 Square Miles
RANDOM FUN FACT
The Margarita was invented in El Paso Area.
Over 65: 11.6%
Under 18: 27.9%
African American: 4.1%
Native American: 1.0%
El Paso was originally founded as an important mountain pass by Spanish Friars. The original settlement was located south of the border in what is Mexico and Ciudad Juarez. Under Spanish rule it was considered part of New Mexico and tied to Santa Fe. After the annexation of Texas by the United States the border was moved to claim what is now the city of El Paso. El Paso boomed thanks to the World Wars and the discovery of oil in Texas.