Manage Lights, Entertainment and More with Simple Commands
The biggest thing to hit the smart home industry in 2017 is the emergence of voice control. Though Amazon Echo has dominated the market so far, Google Home and Apple HomeKit also offer their versions of voice-activated speakers that can manage timers, locks, climates, entertainment and more. We've incorporated this new technology into our home automation systems so you can manage all your technology with simple voice commands. In this blog, we highlight some tips to get the most out of voice control in your Minnetonka, MN home.
Find Out Some Interesting Statistics Behind the Latest Smart Home Technology
With a home automation system, you can make your Wayzata, MN home more efficient by centralizing control over lighting, climate, security, and more. We've discussed the benefits of these systems in the past, as well as their many unique features, but now it's time to get down to the numbers. In this blog, we highlight some statistics from the Mutual Mobile 2016 State of the Smart Home Report that showcase why integrated smart home solutions are becoming so popular.
Find a Solution that Matches Your Family’s Unique Needs
Smart home control is all about convenience. By simplifying management of your technology you can enjoy the ultimate lifestyle of luxury in your Woodbury, MN home. For one, all your subsystems—including lighting, entertainment, security and more—are placed under one roof for easy access. You can then choose how you want to manage your smart home. Would you like to have elegant touchpads mounted throughout your home? Would you rather pull up an app on your smartphone? Below we highlight some of the most common options available.
Find Out How an Automated System Cuts Down on Your Energy Bills
No technology in your Edina, Minnesota home is used as often as your lighting. But when new upgrades are considered, few people think about home lighting control. A smart solution not only increases the security and comfort of your home, but it also makes it more efficient. At both the residential and commercial level, smart lighting offers a great return on investment. Below, we'll take a look at some of the ways it can help you reduce your energy bills.