Home Automation: How To Make A Smart Home

homeAutomationHeaderWhen it comes to new technology, the smartwatch or the smartphone may be getting the bulk of the attention, but smart homes have also come a long way over the past few years. Today, we have the technological capability to completely automate our homes, allowing us to have access and control over nearly every part of the home system right at our fingertips.

Creating A Smart House

Special home wiring allows you to connect your smartphone to your home’s security system, heating and cooling systems and even your home’s appliances. You can use this technology to make sure your home alarm is set even when you’re on the road or to turn the temperature up or down when nobody is in the house. If you are out running errands and you can’t remember if you turned off the stove, you can use smart home technology to check. From lights to indoor climate control, you can use this technology to make your home more energy efficient and save you money on your monthly utility bills.


Electrical wiring helps bring home automation into almost any household. This makes it easier than ever before for you to customize every room in your house to meet your needs. You can turn the heat up in your child’s bedroom or keep it cooler in your living room when guests are over. You can even use your cell phone to check in on your children or pets while the baby-sitter is there.  


Controlling Smart Home Technology

When you choose to install home automation or smart home technology systems you are choosing to be in control no matter where you are. This can give you peace of mind that everything and everybody at home  is safe while you are away. Be sure to hire an installation company like us, at Stratatech Group that has the knowledge and experience to install the system correctly and safely. There are many smart home technology options available and we can explain the benefits and costs of each of them to you. For more information call us or click here for a free home automation quote.

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