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  • Craig Whitaker

How Can I Get Started with a Smart Home

As people spend more time in their homes and preparing to move forward with the new normal, many of us are considering various ways to make our homes a better place to live. Adding Smart Home features not only improves your home now; the investment in a Smart home adds value when it is time to sell your home. In speaking with our clients, a common theme is they want to add Smart Home technology to their homes but are hesitant to get started. The common reasons are fear of the technology and total cost. The good news is that you can create your Smart Home in stages, start small and expand as you become comfortable with the simplicity of a Smart Home and your budget allows. A good starting place is your Family Room or Media entertainment system. We all understand the frustration of multiple remote controls. With the Control 4 EA-1 starter kit, you can control everything in your media cabinet. We offer the EA-1 starter kit with a light dimmer for $1,499. This starter kit allows you to start simple and expand to a fully automated home on your timetable. Next week in our series on Smart Homes, we will review Multi Room Audio/Video in your Smart Home.

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