The home of the future is here. Smart homes offer a level of connectivity to our homes we've never had before. Now, you can have a home that's easy to check on, right from an app on your smart phone. This may mean checking on security cameras throughout or outside of the home. Or, you may just have a setup that allows you to monitor appliances and lighting.
In any case, you're close to home no matter where you are. In order to get the right setup for your home, you'll need an electrician and an HVAC professional. Why not call a team that does it all? Pezz Electrical Services, LLC installs connected homes and smart home products in Montgomery, Princeton, Somerville, Hillsborough Township and Bridgewater Township, NJ. Call our team today to learn more!
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There are a number of connected products you might use to control your home remotely, or locally without even lifting a finger. Some of the most popular home systems are smart hubs like Google Home, Amazon Alexa, and Apple HomePod. The "hub" for these systems is essentially a small tabletop device that can answer your burning questions, but can also control connected outlets and select compatible equipment, like thermostats.
Some of the most popular smart thermostats installed today include Nest and Ecobee. What you may not know is that these products allow for more than just climate control. Nest, for example, can connect to security cameras, smart locks, doorbells, and smoke detectors. And you can monitor all of these from the same app!
Depending on the type of system you have, you can control a number of parts of your home. Just take a look at some of what you can do!
You may think that a smart thermostat would not be too difficult to set up. However, there are a lot of factors to consider. First of all, the thermostat must be compatible with the equipment. The wall fixture also needs to be in an area with little exposure to heat or direct sunlight. All in all, you want to be sure everything is calibrated just right, so it's vital to call in professional heating and air conditioning technicians to install and set up your equipment.
You'll also need electricians to manage any additional systems that are wired into the walls. An awesome feature of connected homes is the ability to control the lighting remotely (or from your phone without getting off the couch). But you'll need an electrician to hook up your lighting. If you'd like a security camera or alarm system wired into the wall, this will require an electrician's training as well.
Let our experts help you with every part of the process. Our technicians and electricians install connected homes in Montgomery, Princeton & Hillsborough Township, NJ. Get the home of the future today!