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Remember These 3 Tips Before You Convert To A Smart Home


At present, roughly half of all homes in the country have smart home technology. This number is only expected to get bigger in the future as more people discover the advantages of this kind of technology and how it can make their lives much easier. If you are going to join them, there area few things you should keep in mind before you start. As an installer/dealer of the platform, I suggest keeping the following things in mind before you begin any planned smart home upgrade.

Understand All Your Options

This is very important. When I go into homes, I see people who confused about what I’m doing. Investigate carefully before you make any choices. When you know what you want, you can help any installer make sure that you get it. As professionals, we have experience with such options. We can answer your questions and help you decide what smart home technology is likely to work best for your needs. Please don’t hesitate to ask questions and gain insight from our team.

Get Your Security Products From Specialists in the Security Field

Many people pick out standalone products that may look promising but may not quite deliver. As a professional in the field, I know that it is best to work with other professionals. For example, while a smoke detector can be of use, it can’t do much if you aren’t around to see it. A security products specialist can help you explore other potential options and figure out which ones are right for your needs. In many cases, users are best served by a security dealer who can provide all those services and more.

Consider the Future At All Times

A smart home should be all about the future. When installing any kind of smart home technology, I urge my customers to think long-term as well as in the short-term. I also urge them to consider cloud connected services rather than just a few standalone devices. Such items may become outdated as updates are added to this kind of technology. Working with a cloud platform make it far easier to get updates remotely. The system will often automatically install such updates without the need to have them installed when upgrades are available. Many of our customers choose to go with full service smart home technology through our partnership with

Alarm.com.

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