Imagine coming home late at night after work. Driveway lights are on since sunset. You see where you are going when you back up to your house. Lights in the kitchen turn on automatically as soon as you enter room if there is not enough ambient light available. You don’t have to reach for switch with your hands full. They are set to 50% just to give you enough light to put groceries away. That would be smart home automation. Read more..
We intagrate many different sensors into home automation. Smart sensors report back with data that we use to to trigger different actions. It includes detecting water leaks. Sensing motion to turning lights on and off based on occupancy. We can monitor temperature or humidity and much more. Let’s see some real life situations of home automation in action. Read more..
There is nothing better, than going home knowing that each room will have perfect comfortable temperature. Smart or connected thermostats are here to help and they are big part of home automation. Some well known brands that are commonly used include Nest, Honeywell or Trane There is no need to heat all rooms all the time when you are away. When your schedule changes it can get tricky to change thermostat settings on all thermostats in all rooms. Especially with bigger homes. Home automation, remote access and actions make saving energy easy thanks to connected devices. Read more..