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Want A Smart Home?
You Don't Have To Go It Alone

April 15,2015 / By Chris Pilbeam

S M A R T - L I V I N G

It's home improvement season and one of this year's hottest upgrades is the Smart Home.

However, a Smart Home takes a lot of expertise to design, install and configure on your own. You'll need to select the right devices, install and wire them, connect them to your network, and troubleshoot any issues.

That's if you're going it alone. The good news is that you don't have to.

We have a nationwide network of Smart Home Service Providers who can upgrade your home in an afternoon. You'll enjoy the benefits of the Smart Home – convenience, security, energy savings and more – right away.

Here's what a Smart Home pro will do for you.

1: Find the Right Solution

While the 'go it alone' experience starts with a confusing trip to a retail store, professional service starts with a holistic look at your home and your needs. Service Providers know Smart Home solutions inside out, will answer your questions, and can recommend the right setup, customized for your individual needs.

2: Fast Installation, Done Right

A professional installation of a Smart Home's connected devices will save you days, and several trips to the hardware store.

A professional can quickly wire smart thermostats and alarm panels, wire outdoor cameras, replace light switches with smart lighting and swap old locks for smart locks. They'll also set you up with our easy smartphone app that controls everything and keeps you connected to your home.

3: Ensure Everything Communicates

Getting your equipment in place is only half of the job. Your devices also need configuring so they can 'talk' to each other. This step is often the most frustrating part of 'going it alone'.

Our dealers are experienced, and have technology that quickly adds devices to your network, ensuring that everything works together.

4: Always Be On Call

When something goes wrong with a connected device you bought at retail, it may take hours of Internet research to troubleshoot the problem.

When you go 'pro', however, you can call your local service provider, and they can get things solved quickly. service providers have digital tools that can quickly troubleshoot what's happening and help solve the issue.

5: Give You True Security

Many connected devices tout security as a feature, but not all security products are equal. All of's Smart Home solutions are built to security industry standards, and are sold and serviced by Service Providers who include professional security monitoring.

This means you get a dedicated, secure connection to a 24/7 monitoring station and emergency response.  If there's a break-in or fire alarm, you get more than an alert: emergency response will be notified and help will be on the way. There's no substitute.

So – ready to install your Smart Home the easy way? Just fill out the quick form at the top of the page to connect with a local dealer today!


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