What should you consider before connecting your home?
If you’re getting started with smart home control in your Suffolk, VA, home, you’ll need to know the most intelligent way to get started. Maybe you’ve even heard ill-advised tips from well-meaning people that just weren’t installation experts.
As seasoned industry professionals, we’d like to give you a few pointers before you head into the project -- as well as some pitfalls to avoid. Follow these basic dos and don’ts of smart home control so you can take your next automation step with confidence.
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Let’s talk about how we use furniture in your entertainment spaces.
You’ve already set up your projector or TV. All your A/V equipment has been installed. Maybe we’ve even soundproofed your media room or home theater and added light-blocking automated shades. You’re almost ready to enjoy your new entertainment center, but wait: Does your seating match your home theater design tastes?
With the rising number of seating options available, you no longer have an excuse for furniture that doesn’t fit your Hampton Roads, VA, home. Keep reading for a few suggestions!
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We’ll show you how to blend functionality and entertainment in your Virginia Beach, VA smart home!
When you picture a smart home, the first image that springs to mind is that of a futuristic, Jetson’s-esque space residence. Or maybe you imagine a very modern house that feels more like a showroom -- tech-savvy but not even remotely homey.
If you’ve never experienced the wonders of home automation, we’re here to tell you will change how you view smart technology once you see how smart home control feels within your Virginia Beach, VA residence. We promise it’s completely different from your first impression. How? Keep reading to find out!
See How Smart Home Control Solves Your Winter Woes
When you think about winter activities, what do you picture? In the Chesapeake, VA area, we all know it gets too cold for many outdoor activities from October to March. The Old Farmer’s Almanac predicts a long, snowy winter for Coastal Virginia, forcing us all inside our homes more often.
Since most of our gatherings and leisure time will take place indoors, we rely more on our smart home control technologies to get us through this long winter. Enjoy your season with smarter home automation that will make the most of your natural resources and home environment.