Launched first in Maryland last month, Comcast’s Xfinity Home service has now expanded to include the Washington D.C. and Virginia markets.

Comcast customers will recognize the Xfinity brand, but many don’t (yet) know what their Xfinity Home service is all about.

The coveted fourth service in a quadruple bundle (the triple including cable, voice and internet), Xfinity Home brings traditional home security components like police and fire alarm protection to the home, as well as remote control over digital thermostats, lights and live streaming security video.

The service also comes with the Xfinity Home app, which is available for free download from the Apple iTunes App Store and Google Play for Android.

Check out details of the service at the Xfinity Home section of the company’s website. Introductory service is set to cost around $39.95 per month.

Would you pay for this service?