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Understanding How Home Security And Home Automation Go Hand In Hand

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Automated home, intelligent home or smart homes are terms that are interchangeable and are used to describe an automated system that operates countless functions in your home. Not too long ago, this type of system was considered futuristic, however, not anymore. Even though the technology is evolving, the future has definitely arrived today.
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Many household functions are simplified with home automation, as well as repetitive tasks. By just a touch of a button, a system can execute a group of commands or individual commands. It can be a spontaneous or repetitive process.


Some more popular functions include home security, lighting, climate control and audio-visual components. However, you might also be able to control or monitor the water level and temperature of pools and spas, irrigation, appliances, entry gates and motorized window coverings with high-end systems. Most of these processes can be functioned with a single touch.


Home Automation Benefits
Every homeowner has their own unique schedule, however, no one can be home around the clock. Home automation can help you monitor your home from anywhere, even if it is across the country. Below are some of the home automation benefits you will get.


  • Keeps Out Unwelcomed Guests: You have the ability to assign different key codes to neighbors, babysitters or whoever else you want that has a genuine reason to come by your home. Rather than handing out your garage door code or a set of keys, these unique codes will let you know when someone enters and leaves your home. You even have the ability to delete the code if you do not want that person to come into your home anymore.

  • Remotely Change Home Controls: If you forgot to turn out the lights or lock the door, you can do this remotely using your smartphone.
  • Peace of Mind during Vacation: Give your home a lived-in appearance when you are on vacation by having the ability to turn your lights on and off.

  • Smartphone Operation: Use your smartphone to monitor everything. There is no need to set a DVR program up or any other complicated technology. Use your Blackberry, Android or iPhone to control your home automation system.
Just think, itâs during the night and you just laid down to go to sleep after turning on your security system. You can rest easy knowing that your property outside is being monitored by the cameras and if anyone were to walk through your yard, the lights come on and alert you. Your windows and doors have motion alarms on them so if anyone tried to break in, the alarm goes off. You also have carbon monoxide, smoke, and fire detection that will wake you and call the fire department or EMS automatically should they be triggered.


Most people will agree that a home security system is a must have, and not just a luxury anymore. The rate of crime is rising and creating a great deal of fear. To keep yourself safe from things like theft and homicide, you should have a home security system installed. Although it can be a little costly, it is well worth the investment to ensure you and your family, valuables, and home are safe.


Rachel has been working for various clients on writing assignments. She has also undertaken writing work for Vivint Reviews and completed the assignment keeping its quality high.






Automated home, intelligent home or smart homes are terms that are interchangeable and are used to describe an automated system that operates countless functions in your home. Not too long ago, this type of system was considered futuristic, however, not anymore. Even though the technology is evolving, the future has definitely arrived today.

Understanding How Home Security And Home Automation Go Hand In Hand - Image 1

Many household functions are simplified with home automation, as well as repetitive tasks. By just a touch of a button, a system can execute a group of commands or individual commands. It can be a spontaneous or repetitive process.

Some more popular functions include home security, lighting, climate control and audio-visual components. However, you might also be able to control or monitor the water level and temperature of pools and spas, irrigation, appliances, entry gates and motorized window coverings with high-end systems. Most of these processes can be functioned with a single touch.

Home Automation Benefits
Every homeowner has their own unique schedule, however, no one can be home around the clock. Home automation can help you monitor your home from anywhere, even if it is across the country. Below are some of the home automation benefits you will get.

  • Keeps Out Unwelcomed Guests: You have the ability to assign different key codes to neighbors, babysitters or whoever else you want that has a genuine reason to come by your home. Rather than handing out your garage door code or a set of keys, these unique codes will let you know when someone enters and leaves your home. You even have the ability to delete the code if you do not want that person to come into your home anymore.


  • Remotely Change Home Controls: If you forgot to turn out the lights or lock the door, you can do this remotely using your smartphone.
  • Peace of Mind during Vacation: Give your home a lived-in appearance when you are on vacation by having the ability to turn your lights on and off.


  • Smartphone Operation: Use your smartphone to monitor everything. There is no need to set a DVR program up or any other complicated technology. Use your Blackberry, Android or iPhone to control your home automation system.
Just think, itâs during the night and you just laid down to go to sleep after turning on your security system. You can rest easy knowing that your property outside is being monitored by the cameras and if anyone were to walk through your yard, the lights come on and alert you. Your windows and doors have motion alarms on them so if anyone tried to break in, the alarm goes off. You also have carbon monoxide, smoke, and fire detection that will wake you and call the fire department or EMS automatically should they be triggered.

Most people will agree that a home security system is a must have, and not just a luxury anymore. The rate of crime is rising and creating a great deal of fear. To keep yourself safe from things like theft and homicide, you should have a home security system installed. Although it can be a little costly, it is well worth the investment to ensure you and your family, valuables, and home are safe.

Rachel has been working for various clients on writing assignments. She has also undertaken writing work for Vivint Reviews and completed the assignment keeping its quality high.

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