Archive December 2011
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Professional Remodeler: "Home Technology Helps Remodelers Make Smarter Homes"
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Many homeowners start small by adding just one automated system, with home security the most popular entry point. With security systems, “The house knows whether you’re home or away and can track your movements with motion sensors and door sensors,” says Greg Rhoades, Associate Director of Marketing for Home Automation, Inc. (HAI). “People start with wireless security sensors and go all the way up to access control for secured areas and video surveillance, which they can view remotely.” HAI also offers wireless vehicle detection systems to alert if a vehicle crosses the property’s threshold.
“Home automation systems can be expanded at any time, so we see a lot of folks who add on features once they have a small taste,” Rhoades notes.
The most likely add-ons are lighting and thermostats followed by entertainment systems. “Some homeowners only install the distributed whole-house audio system and iPod Dock, which fits their needs for basic entertainment control,” Rhoades says. ”Or they add an HAI home control system with a Home Theater Extender to control things such as TVs and DVD players.”
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