Home is Where the Hard Drive Is
Smart homes allow devices to communicate with one another in order to complement your daily routines. You can program your blinds to slowly open in the morning while at the same time the bathroom floor warms up and when you're done in the shower, your coffee will be ready and waiting!
Smart features such as voice command systems help support independent living for the elderly and disabled. Having the know-how to sense scenarios such as the homeowner falling means help will arrive quickly as it automatically calls emergency services as well as other emergency contacts. This provides peace of mind for both the homeowner and their family members.
Intelligent homes also provide exceptional security as lights and blinds can be enabled remotely and your smartphone can even notify you if someone's lurking around your property! These features are especially beneficial for those who own vacation properties. Keyless entry systems that use fingerprint sensors can also trigger certain home appliances and devices depending on who enters.
Intelligent climate and light control saves energy and lowers bills so your home will be both the smartest and eco-friendliest on the block. The heating and cooling system can even create climate zones specific to individual family members preferences and can monitor how much electricity homeowners use in order to find ways to save even more energy.
A smart home is like a personal assistant who handles all the odds and ends such as preheating your oven for your arrival home! You can now relax if you're not sure whether or not you set the alarm as you know it'll be taken care of. This type of technology is no longer for just the rich and famous. It's a major selling point and the higher your home's IQ, the higher the resale value will be!