Smart Home Assistance

Home automation has been around for many decades in terms of lighting and simple appliance control. Recently technology caught up with the idea of the interconnected world at the touch of your fingertips or a simple voice command to Alexa, Google Assistant, Siri, and Cortana. The dream of making your home smart is now a reality. Smart Home and home automation are quite interchangeable.


Saving time and money, smart home products give you the ability to control your home, lighting, appliances, and some decor from a smartphone, an Apple watch, and even voice control.

CONVENIENCE

Control and automate just about every device and appliance within your home makes life much easier. We've all gotten used to controlling our TV from the couch; just wait until you are able to dim the lights or turn on the a/c without getting up.

Imagine adjusting the temperature from your bed or controlling the volume of your whole-house audio system from any room. Or imagine having a the heater in your bathroom turning on automatically 5 minutes before the alarm goes off. It makes the chilly mornings much more bearable.

Energy Savings

Home automation works efficiently for you, saving money on your utilities. Automating your home grants the ability to perform tasks simultaneously, without thinking. Smart thermostats and smart light bulbs save energy but only operating when you want them to.

If your wondering what you need to make your Home a Smart Home, here are a few ideas. Check out these cool products you can use to achieve the ultimate smart home. Something from this setup tour will definitely help you with your home automation journey and remember, all of these products can be found right from Computer House



Try it out

Home automation gets you involved. Set your personal preferences and actions, then sit back and enjoy using the latest in home automation technology. Though such technology might seem complex, it remains completely flexible and user-friendly making for a fun experience. Whether viewing visitors at your front door on your TV or tuning your stereo by using voice recognition, you'll find home automation surprisingly enjoyable. When it comes to impressing the friends, you'll be happy to show off your newfound applications.

-Quick Fact-Marie Van Brittan Brown was an African-American inventor. She was the inventor of the home security system in 1966, along with her husband Albert Brown. In the same year they jointly applied for a patent, which was granted in 1969.


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