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What other Smart Devices can be integrated in My Smart Home?

In the final installment on the basics of Smart Homes, we are going to briefly explore other Smart Devices that be integrated into your Smart Home. Although audio, video, and lighting are the most popular elements of a Smart Home system, your HVAC system, security system, entry and garage doors, and window shades can also be integrated. As with all Smart Home elements, these devices can trigger or be triggered by other events in your home. The real benefit of Smart Homes comes when you incorporate multiple elements into a specific scene. For example, you have created a“Good Night’scene. When this scene is selected with a single tap on the remote or smart screen, your doors lock; your security system is activated; your Audio-Video system turns off; the thermostat is lowered, shades go down; and lights turn on to lead your way to your Master Bedroom. Or maybe a “We’re Home” scene where when your garage door opens, the doors unlock, the lights come on, security system turns off, thermostat begins to rise, and your favorite music welcomes you home. A well thought out and professionally programmed scenes are the real benefits of a Smart Home. We hope you have enjoyed our series on Smart Homes. To schedule a free consultation for your home, please call 888-775-2673.

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