GOOD HOME AUTOMATION SYSTEMJerimiah Hubner
Trying to decide on a good home automation system? Maybe this will help:
What is the difference between a good home automation system and a bad? I’ll tell you… A good home automation system is easily understood by the homeowner. They should be able to change scenes and make adjustments whenever they need to. If they add more devices, it should be an easy addition. Lutron Caseta, RadioRA2 and RadioRA2Select are good examples. Do what you want when you want. Product Info & Brochures
A bad home automation system: Highly functional but the homeowner needs a programmer to show up and, basically write code to program the thing. Where is the sense in that? I spoke with a salesperson from #RTi and they said this system is so hard to set up and program, they “can’t just sell it to anyone”. Wow, that’s a hard thing to wrap my head around. Get something that you and your family will understand and not have to go to a coding boot camp for.
While complex systems make sense for some people, I’ve found that most homeowners are looking for simple to advanced functionality, compatibility (Apple Homeworks i.e.,) great aesthetics, ease of use and a great price point. The other thing homeowners look for in a good home automation system is the ability to scale. Maybe they want to add some controls for blinds or want to heat or cool their home before they arrive. Landscape lighting automation is quickly becoming a hit as well.
Contact Lite Rite Controls can help you find the system that fits your need. From planning, products to programming, we can help you to build the smart home of the future.
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