Smart home technology builds in tv, internet, and other electronic features

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Published on January 3, 2014

Author: lynnli3



Smart Home Technology Builds in TV, Internet, and Other Electronic Features Most smart homes deliver three important benefits. They have all the pre-wired and built-in ability to manage all your electronic devices, stress energy efficiency, and help our environment. The extent of these features is only limited by your imagination and your budget. Remember, with time and money, all things are possible. Basic Smart Home Components Smart homes are so named because they feature cutting edge systems for lighting, temperature management, security, and all manner of multi-media and entertainment products. They mimic intelligence by integrating important features of new home design into their automated skill set. While smart homes offer many valuable features, they cannot think for you. But, they can serve as valuable assistants and reminders of security and safety issues. New home builders can also cost effectively build in and integrate programmed responses to operate TVs, computers, HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) systems, interior and exterior lighting, and security in new homes. Using coded signals sent through the wiring, new home design smart house features can control many major and minor repetitive tasks. From turning lights on and off at specified times, to acting as a programmable thermostat, to activating/deactivating security systems, and permitting wireless Internet access throughout the house, this technology improves your quality of life and increases the value of your home. The built-in technology can perform more than necessary basic tasks if your budget and imagination permit. For example, should you want your outdoor pool heated by 7:00 AM each morning for your swim, have your multi-room DVR record TV programs at 3:00 PM every day, or automatically start your car prior to your work commute, you can find built-in smart systems to accomplish your goal. Built-In Technology Is Reliable and Adds to Home Value Along with comfort, entertainment, and security, smart home technology offers additional benefits. Both can add significant value for buyers of custom new homes. When installed properly and professionally, this technology is extremely reliable. Most basic smart home systems herein described are amazingly reliable, experiencing little downtime and

seldom needing major repairs. Along with impressive “bells and whistles,” this technology is immensely valuable to elderly and/or disabled homeowners. Partially and fully disabled people, regardless of age, regain some of their independence by using smart home technology to manage many household tasks that are otherwise difficult for them. The built-in ability to operate many home appliances adds to the benefits for physically-challenged residents. You’ll become happily aware of the added value offered by quality built-in wiring and smart technology when you offer your home for sale. As your home competes for the attention of people buying new houses, you will be pleased to learn that your property stands above the crowd, offering built-in technology that improves the quality of life for its owners.

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