Home Automation does the work for you!
Home automation is linking your lights, your door locks, your water heater and heating systems and countless other devices up to a central Hub which can be directly controlled from your tablet or smart phone at home or on the road.
Home Automation provides you piece of mind and time to carry on with our busy lives and schedules.
What are the Benefits of Home Automation?
Connected devices such as thermostat regulators, automatic light switches, electricity monitoring outlets and water heater modules cut down on energy and water use.
Many things inside the home can be controlled remotely via apps on smartphones and tablets. In most cases, this control also works when you are out of the home, meaning you can close the front door lock from the airport, check the kids are home from school when at work, or confirm that you switched off your iron from the shops.
There are many simple, connected security solutions for the smart home that are inexpensive alternatives to 24/7 monitored security systems. Wi-Fi-enabled cameras, connected motion sensors and smart smoke alarms can all be monitored from inside or outside a home via live video feed, email and text alerts.
Having the heat and kitchen lights turn on as you arrive home may seem like luxury. But convenience isn’t all about luxury. Smart locks can allow you to grant access to certain individuals at certain times like the plumber who has come in the middle of the day when you are at work. A Wi-Fi enabled doorbell can let you “answer” your door from anywhere in the world.
Smart sensors that can detect water leaks, humidity levels, carbon monoxide, motion, heat and every environmental concern imaginable help prevent accidents from turning into disasters because they can communicate with you directly, wherever you are.
Automated audible reminders and voice activated alert systems are just a few of the features of home automation that can help seniors lead independent lives for longer. Additionally, Wi-Fi connected cameras with two-way communication can help loved ones keep an eye on the elderly when they can’t physically check on them.