Home automation is not only growing in popularity, but also becoming a promising solution to the ever increasing complexity of today’s home environments, while decreasing a home’s environmental impact.
Today’s smart home automation systems range from the lower-end consumer grade offerings that are readily available, such as Amazon Echo, Nest, and Samsung Smart Things, to professional grade systems by Control4, Crestron, KNX and URC Total Control. Regardless of the system there is one common goal: give the consumer more control with less effort.
Professional grade home automation systems can do amazing things. I offer design, consulting and recommendation solutions from various vendors including, Control4, KNX, Elan, Fibaro etc. It all depends on the vendor that is best suited for a particular project. These solutions offer control for climate, home security, home entertainment, lighting, pools/spas, lawn irrigation, shades, surveillance cameras, and more.
Controlling an entire entertainment system, single room or whole home is a breeze with an affordable home automation system. From the family room, to the kitchen, and the home theater, a single remote can be used to view the status of connected devices, control activities, see what’s being watched in the kid’s bedroom, or automatically dim the lights when you hit play.
Lighting & Shade Control
Often lighting control and automation is considered limited to artificial lighting within the home. Not only can modern control systems automate lighting by the circuit, switch, or down to individual bulbs, but they can also sense ambient light and control shades in the room.
Whether you’re looking to wake up to sunlight coming into the bedroom, have privacy once the sun goes down, or simply have the lights come on to a low setting when you wake up in the middle of the night, automation systems can be setup to control a home’s lighting down to the finest detail.
From the Do It Yourself Nest to the pro-grade Aprilaire automation thermostats, thermostats have become the entry point for home automation. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) studies show that the thermostat is one of the easiest ways for a home to improve its energy efficiency.
Security and Surveillance
Feeling safe at home is a basic necessity for every homeowner. Today’s home security systems are becoming smarter and more popular. While a security system can provide alerts when a sensor is breached, the system by itself offers no insight as to what’s occurring in the home at the time of the breach.
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