While there are myriad benefits of home automation, its most important feature is convenience. Automating home elements like lighting, heating and cooling, power strips and home theater and whole house audio systems lets your Highland Park, TX home work for you.
AUTOMATED HOMES SAVE UP TO 15% ON ENERGY COSTS EVERY YEAR
Tailored home automation enhances your home’s performance.
Home automation systems are scalable and will be customized to fit your Preston Hollow, TX home’s unique needs. From power strips, to door locks, lights, thermostats and audio/visual equipment, home automation is designed to make your life easier.
Home automation also allows for remote control of your home, so your home can be customized to your needs even when you’re away.
The Benefits of Home Automation
Homes that are not automated use up to 10% of total household energy with “phantom energy” in the form of microwaves, cable boxes, coffee machines and power strips. Automating your home makes it easier to save this energy, thus lowering your total energy costs.
By now, we all know that powering your home can have a serious effect on resource consumption and pollution. Because home automation saves up to 850 pounds of carbon dioxide emissions per year, making the switch to an automated home is one way to live in a more environmentally conscious way.
While we do not install home security systems, we can install automated locks, light timers and motion sensors to make sure your home stays as safe as possible. Plus, lighting automation and remote control of your home keep you safe by giving potential intruders the idea that your home is occupied even when you’re away.
Integration is so important that we made it our namesake
If your home technologies are not integrated, they are unlikely to work as well and provide you with the convenience and ease of use you deserve. When all of your home’s technology is integrated, you can control your entire home from one central location. Integration guarantees a seamless home automation experience.
Integrated home technology is useful for more reasons than its sheer convenience, however.
Home automation has been shown to be beneficial for disabled people as it makes it possible for doors to open with the press of a button, uses occupancy sensors rather than switches to turn lights on and off and allows for the integration of mobility aids in your home.
Additionally, home automation is great for monitoring children or pets when you’re away.
Using home cameras and motion sensors will let you know that your kids got home from school safe and sound, and they can help you make sure your pets aren’t getting into trouble when you’re not home.