Nest Protect

It’s time to expect more from your smoke alarm.

The new Nest Protect has been redesigned from the inside out. It has an industrial-grade smoke sensor, tests itself automatically and lasts up to a decade. It’s also the first home alarm you can silence from your phone without any extra hardware required. And just like the original Nest Protect, it tells you what’s wrong and can even alert your phone.

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Description

 Meet the all-new Nest Protect. The smoke alarm and carbon monoxide detector other alarms look up to.

How does it work?

get-alerts-on-your-mobile Get alerts on your mobile.
Nest Protect sends you a message
when there’s a problem or the batteries
are running low
every-second-counts Every second counts.
The Split-Spectrum Sensor looks for
both fast- and slow-burning fires.
nest-what-and-where Tells you what, and where.
Nest Protect speaks up if there’s smoke
or CO and tells you where it is so that
you know what to do.
silence-the-alarm Silence from the Nest app.
Just burned the toast? Silence the
false alarm with your mobile, not your
tea towel.
it-sees-the-co-hat-you-cant Sees the CO that you can’t.
Carbon monoxide is an invisible,
poisonous gas. Nest Protect tells you
where it’s hiding.
upto-10-years-life-span Up to 10 years life span.
Nest Protect’s long-lasting sensors keep
you safe and sound for up to a decade.
a-light-in-the-dark A light in the dark.
Nest Protect usually has its light turned
off, but when you walk underneath it,
Pathlight can light your way.
sleep-safe-and-sound Sleep safely and soundly.
Nightly Promise is a quick green glow
that can be seen when you turn off the
lights, letting you know everything’s
working as it should.

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The alarm goes off and your mind starts to race.

Where’s the problem?
Is it smoke? CO?
Burned toast?

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Did you know…

In the 1970s, it would take about 30 minutes for a fire to take over a room. Today, it can take less than 5.

Source: Underwriters Laboratories

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nest protect co2 and smoke detector

Tests itself: You’re supposed to test smoke alarms monthly. But most people don’t. So Nest Protect checks its batteries and sensors over 400 times a day. And it’s the first alarm that uses Sound Check to quietly test its speaker and siren once a month.

 

 

Nest Pro Installer

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We are a Nest Pro Installer! This means Northwest Security are an Authorised Reseller of Nest. We have a specialist team of fully trained engineers to install all Nest products. Speak to us today to get a quote to install a brilliant, innovative system that will reassure you and keep you safe!

With all our Nest products you receive a 2 year warranty for that extra pice of mind.

Your installation includes:

  • Scheduling an appointment during normal business hours, Monday – Saturday
  • Checking the Nest Products are compatible with your home
  • Determine the ideal placement of the Nest products
  • Removing your old products
  • Installing your new Nest system
  • Connecting the Nest products to your Wi-Fi network or providing instructions so you can do it yourself
  • Give you a brief Nest product introduction and operation overview

Are there any additional costs?

In rare cases, we may need to make modifications to your home’s wiring or heating system, for instance, to bring your heating system up to code,  or to add power outlets so that your new Nest product can be fully compatible with your home. We will be able to determine all of this when we visit your home for your pre-installation appointment (if required). In any case, we will advise you on any additional costs that may apply before the your installation.

Q: How does the Nest Learning Thermostat learn?
— Asked by a customer on 23rd November 2017
A: Nest uses Nest Sense (a combination of algorithms and temperature, humidity and activity sensors) to learn schedules and to customize energy saving features for your home. During the first week or so, each manual temperature change will contribute to Nest’s schedule. After that, Nest will only learn from patterns of similar changes. Throughout the first week, Nest’s energy saving features (Eco temperature, Time to Temperature, and the Nest Leaf) will appear.
Q: How does Nest Learning Thermostat control hot water?
— Asked by a customer on 23rd November 2017
A: The Nest Thermostat allows you to set a hot water schedule. It also takes advantage of energy-saving features like Eco temperature. If you need to make adjustments, you can change your hot water schedule or activate boost mode.
Q: What are Safety Temperatures and how do they work?
— Asked by a customer on 25th November 2017
A: If the room temperature drops below the set Safety Temperature, your Nest Thermostat will automatically start heating. It will also send a notification in your Nest app. Once the room temperatures return to normal, you'll receive another notification.
Q: How does Bacteria Prevention work?
— Asked by a customer on 25th November 2017
A: Bacteria Prevention activates if your water hasn’t been heated for a 2-hour period in the last two-days. It is designed to kill Legionella bacteria, which can cause a deadly form of pnuemonia.
Q: Which systems are compatible with the Nest Learning Thermostat?
— Asked by a customer on 25th November 2017
A: The Nest Learning Thermostat is compatible with almost all central heating systems, including combi boilers, System and heat-only boilers, linked domestic hot water tanks, hydronic underfloor systems, air-source and ground-source heat only heat pumps, zoned systems, OpenTherm systems, and district heating with an electrical control valve.
Q: Can I use the Nest Learning Thermostat without Wi-Fi?
— Asked by a customer on 25th November 2017
A: All of Nest's core learning and energy saving features works without Wi-Fi, although certain features—like remote control, weather, and automatic software updates—do require Wi-Fi.
Q: Does the Nest Learning Thermostat work with zoned systems?
— Asked by a customer on 25th November 2017
A: Yes, Nest supports zoned systems. Each zone will need its own Nest Thermostat and Heat Link. Each Heat Link will connect each zone valve, either directly or via a junction box. If you have multiple zones, you can replace all of your old thermostats with Nest Thermostats or you can replace just one to try it out.
Q: Is Farsight available on previous versions of the Nest Learning Thermostat?
— Asked by a customer on 25th November 2017
A: No, Farsight is available on 3rd gen Nest Thermostats. The 3rd generation Nest thermostat has improved near- and far-field sensors and the larger high-res screen required to use Farsight.
Q: Can I lock the Nest Learning Thermostat?
— Asked by a customer on 26th November 2017
A: With Thermostat Lock, you can lock the range of temperatures to which Nest Thermostat can be adjusted. Thermostat Lock can be activated using a 4 digit pin number once it’s been added to your Nest Account.
Q: Does the previous version of the Nest Stand work with the 3rd generation Nest Thermostat?
— Asked by a customer on 26th November 2017
A: No, The Stand was redesigned to fit the improved base of the 3rd generation Nest Learning Thermostat. It is not compatible with the 2nd generation Nest Thermostat.
Q: Will the Nest Learning Thermostat work in an office or a small business?
— Asked by a customer on 26th November 2017
A: Yes. To use the Nest Learning Thermostat in an office or small business, select “business” during the set up interview. By using these settings, the Nest Learning Thermostat can activate Eco temperature at times it wouldn't when installed in a home.
Q: Now that Google owns Nest, does Nest tell Google when I’m home?
— Asked by a customer on 26th November 2017
A: No. Nest accounts and Google accounts are not cross-referenced or linked. There is a Works with Nest integration from Google. But, like all Works with Nest integrations, it’s entirely up to you if you want to turn this on. We will only share the information necessary to make things work, and only with your permission.
Q: Does Nest sell the data that it collects from my home?
— Asked by a customer on 26th November 2017
A: No. Nest is not in the business of selling data. Google does not sell Nest data either. They don't have access to it.

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