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You have probably heard of a smart-home and know that it has something to do with automating your home to meet your needs, but do you really know what a smart home is?

A smart home is one where appliances can communicate with one another and can be operated by the user remotely or on a schedule. While any appliance in a home can be part of a smart home system, the term is most commonly used when major appliances are handled by a central system. These appliances include: heating, air conditioning, lighting, security, camera systems, entertainment systems, computers, and other appliances.

While new homes may be built with fully-functioning smart home capabilities, most smart homes are older homes that have been retrofitted to perform smart home functions. At Worlock air conditioning and heating, whether you are outfitting a new home or retrofitting an older one, we can help you provide smart home functionality to your home and appliances.

Integrate Your Home With Nexia

  • System Control

  • Security and Safety

  • Surveillance

  • Climate

  • Lighting

  • Electrical

  • Sensors

  • We install a number of smart home systems for our customers, but have found that Nexia works really well with a wide range of existing products and appliances, simplifying the retrofitting process. Some of the big names that are Nexia compatible include American Standard, Trane, and GE.

    One of the best ways to enter into the smart home era is by installing a smart thermostat. Smart thermostats allow you to control your home’s air temperature remotely. These thermostats generally have timers, so you can set your normal temperature preferences to be scheduled during the day. However, they also allow you to adjust for unanticipated changes or delays by controlling the system remotely. That way, you can ensure that your home is always comfortable for you.

  • Insurance Eligible

  • Garage Doors

  • Windows and Doors

  • Water

  • Irrigation

  • Energy

  • Appliances

Perpare For The Future of Home Automation

Sprinkler systems are another appliance just made for the smart home environment. A normal watering schedule is fantastic, but you do not want to water unless it is necessary. Smart sprinklers can not only be operated remotely, but also designed to tell you when your landscape needs watering.

Smart home systems can be designed to let you control outlets or let you control your normal lighting. This is great to make sure that you never return home to a dark house, but can also be a way to make sure that you have not left on any lights. Are you the type that worries you left the iron on? Install a smart outlet where you normally plug in your iron and you can shut off the appliance remotely.

Finally, smart homes allow you to control and monitor your home’s security while you are away. Smart homes can allow you to install electronic locks and give every resident his or her own passcode. You can tell when doors are opened, locked, or unlocked, letting you know who is in your home. You can also get alerts for any unexpected door openings, even if your home’s security alarm is not activated.

Schedule Your Service Today!

Entering the smart home era is easier and less expensive than it has ever been. Call Worlock at 602-296-1868, today, to set up an estimate for bringing your home into the smart home age.