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Did you know you can save money by having a Smart Home?

Did you know that a Smart Home can save you money? Check out this New York Times article that explains why your home should be smart. I've summarized some of the NY Times findings. Click the image to read the full article from the NY Times. After reading give us a call or comment to see how we can help you with your home. 239-291-4357

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Save on your electric bill

You can setup your home to have Smart Lighting. When you convert all or even part of your home to Smart Lighting you open up a world of possibilities. How about having the lights in your home come on at a specific time of day. Or have those same lights come on at night when you arrive home. All these things are possible and more.

Save on your water bill

According to the EPA, everyday household leaks account for about 1 trillion gallons of wasted water annually. That’s equivalent to over 1,500 Olympic-size swimming pools.

Adding a Smart Leak Sensor is an easy way to monitor under sinks, behind toilets, around washing machines, and other potentially leaky points. When the sensor detects a leak, it sends a smartphone alert so you can tend to the issue before things get out of hand.

Save on heating and cooling

Having a Smart Thermostat by our technicians will allow you to monitor and change your homes temperature and humidity settings. We can even program your devices to ease off of heating or cooling when you are not present and then kick back in for you when you get close to home. This will end up saving you a ton on your energy bill while still keeping you comfortable all year long.

Click Here to See the original Article from The NY Times.

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