Automation system saves time and adds convenience

My husband and I both work full-time.

Our jobs are rather demanding, stressful and often require overtime.

We have three boys who are all very involved in hockey. Along with school and school-related activities, they have multiple practices per week and participate in tournaments on the weekends. My family spends the majority of time away from home. Our schedule is extremely hectic. There is very little opportunity to manage household tasks. I’ve hired a cleaning lady, a lawn care company and a swimming pool cleaning company. I’ve enrolled into an HVAC maintenance plan and a plumbing maintenance program in hopes of avoiding the disruption of repairs. Our home automation system is especially helpful in saving time and effort. The home automation system handles the automatic adjustment and operation of the door locks, thermostat, lights, coffee maker, dishwasher and so much more. I no longer have to remember these tasks or worry about the consequences of forgetting. I never pay to heat or cool an empty house because the home automation system includes occupancy sensors. It adjusts the temperature, turns on lights and even unlocks the doors when we arrive home. The garage door automatically opens when I pull into the driveway, and a hot cup of coffee is waiting when I step into the kitchen. Because we are away from home so often, I used to stress over a possible break-in, flooding, fire, frozen pipes and all sorts of problems. The smart automation system allows me to keep an eye on things no matter where I happen to be. Surveillance cameras provide a real-time view that I can access from my phone, tablet or laptop. The carbon monoxide detector, smoke detector and moisture sensors are all linked to the automation system.



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