How Home Automation Can Transform Your Home Life

How Home Automation Can Transform Your Home Life

Home automation is not just a passing a trend, it is the way of the future.  Home automation may sound like something only the super tech-savvy homeowners are using but the reality is that it is ideal for every home.  Home automation is highly customizable and scalable and makes the life of the homeowner much easier.  You may already be using a variety of smart technology in your home without even realizing it and by integrating it into a sophisticated home automation system you will maximize the smart technology potential while streamlining basic, everyday operations in your home.

Smart home technology and home appliances that can be integrated into your home automation include things like your home audio and video, thermostat, window treatments, lighting, security, home monitoring, and more.  With home automation you can program certain “sequences” that might be used frequently and you will have the ability to remotely control operations in your home.  For example, if you know you get up in the morning and like it to be a certain temperature and for the window blinds to open at a certain time you can program your home automation to do just that.  All you will have to do is get out of bed and the temperature and light will be just how you like it.  Why not program your coffee maker also so it starts brewing at just the right time?  Talk about streamlining your morning routine for a more peaceful start to your day!

If you travel a lot or just like to keep an eye on things you can view your home security and monitoring from any smart device or laptop as well as control automated things in your home such as your thermostat, door locks, lights, appliances, and more.  Business Insider elaborates on just how significantly home automation and integration can literally transform your life, “Smart homes filled with connected products are loaded with possibilities to make our lives easier, more convenient, and more comfortable. Imagine that you’re driving home on a hot summer day. But rather than turn the air conditioner on when you get home and wait for your house to cool, you simply use your smartphone when you leave your office to tell your smart thermostat to lower the temperature. … BI Intelligence, Business Insider’s premium research service, expects the number of smart home devices shipped will grow from 83 million in 2015 to 193 million in 2020… The first and most obvious benefit to smart homes is convenience, as more connected devices can handle more operations (lighting, temperature, etc.) and frees up the resident to perform other tasks. But beyond this, smart home IoT devices can help reduce costs and conserve energy. In our example above, you’d have a comfortable and cool apartment when you get home, but you could also leave your air conditioner off when you’re not home, which would lower your electric bill and reduce energy consumption. Smart lights would function in a similar way.”  Smart home automation is the way of the future and it can be seen in the rapidly growing number of smart appliances, security, thermostats, lighting, and more.  With professionally installed and integration home automation, your life will be made far easier, more convenient, more efficient, and will likely save you money in a variety of ways.

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