So what is home automation?
Simply put, home automation puts you in control of basic home systems and appliances from a single access remote point – like a smartphone app, or at a centralised unit inside your home. Just like some of the futuristic technology seen in television shows, it’s now possible to control things like your home temperature, lighting, and even security systems with the touch of a screen, the swipe of a finger and the sound of your voice.
If the idea of a smart, automated home sounds too “techy” for your tastes, or you think these kinds of products probably cost an arm and a leg, think again. The future is now and it’s completely accessible. Plus, there are a lot of hidden benefits to automating your home that you might not have thought about before.
6 Benefits to Home Automation
Tap your finger to turn on the lights when you get home so you worried about what’s hiding in the shadows, or in your pathways. Or automate to turn on when you aren’t home to look like you are to ward off potential robbers. Door locks are another automated home product that can increase your home security.
Worried that the kids didn’t lock the doors before they ran off to play? Or that someone will discover your not-so-secret hiding place for the extra key? Take control of your home safety from a simple app. With some products, you can even get an alert every time someone enters your home.
2. Energy Efficiency
Increase your home’s energy efficiency by remotely powering off systems and appliances when they aren’t in use. In addition to the standard home automation products that give you active control, some products actively monitor systems and arm the homeowner with knowledge, insight and guidance to achieve greater control and energy efficiency.
Home automation literally pays off. When you are able to use home systems and appliances only when needed, the savings will be apparent in the first utility bill. No more wasting money on lights left on when you aren’t home, or spending money on fuel to drive home because you forgot to lock the door. Monetary savings are apparent, but you’ll also be saving time. No wasted trips home, no running through the house turning everything off, no time spent worrying about what was or wasn’t turned off.
Don’t you hate having to rely on neighbors to watch your house when you’re gone? With home automation, convenient control of your home is at your fingertips. You don’t have to trust someone else with your most valued possessions.
Ever leave for work in the morning when it was a comfortable 68° outside only to come home to a sweltering house because the temperature shot up to 90°? Connected home products to a Wi-Fi Thermostats let you conveniently adjust your home temperature from the mobile app so your family is always comfortable.
6. Peace of Mind
One of the biggest hidden benefits that comes with home automation is peace of mind. No more worrying if you turned of the lights, locked the door or turned off the television. For people who have a lot on their plates, being able to easily check these items off the to-do list and stop the obsessive worrying, home automation is reassuring and definitely worth the investment.
EVERYTHING MANAGED CENTRALLY
As the world becomes increasingly wireless, smart home technology becomes more integrated into in our everyday lives. But as security concerns linger, hiring an expert to install home automation is important to avoid any possible hacking or security breaches in the system.
Smart Homes Electrical intelligent control can be installed in new homes or added to existing homes. This means that a single, simple motion detector or switch could control not just lighting, but also the alarm system, heating, music and so on. We can also control;
Remote lighting control indoor and outdoor
CCTV mobile apps
Fire alarms and burglar alarms
Full power monitoring
We believe home automation should be simple and affordable. That’s why we offer a complete smart home solution for lighting, heating, security, audio, blinds and more. Smart Home is one complete ecosystem with one central brain and just one app.