"I'm worried about the connection" is something we hear about a lot from current and prospective clients.
Wifi is amazing, but it's not 100% foolproof yet, and if you have a poor wifi connection, your smart home won't work as well as it should. When your connection drops, devices stop talking to each other (and your control panel) and it can be an exercise in frustration to try to bring it all back up online.
Here are some quick tips to help you keep your smart home connected.
Contractors across the country have noticed a change: more and more of their clients are using smart home automation in some form.
The smart home market is anticipated to hit $19.8 million by the end of 2018. By 2022, that number is expected to double, and more than half of the homes in the United States are projected to be using home automation.
It’s no secret: smart home automation is becoming a normal part of households.
We Make Smart Technology Projects Easy on Builders
The demand for smart home technology is rapidly growing, especially for newly constructed homes in the greater New York area. The best time to implement this technology is during initial construction, which represents a huge opportunity for builders and architects to meet this demand and offer clients a more seamless, efficient process for getting the home of their dreams.
Of course, the hard part is actually figuring out how to turn those dreams into reality. That’s where we come in. As New York’s top smart home company, we work directly with construction firms to make installing smart technology as simple as possible, every step of the way.