The smart home we have been hearing about for years exists today and you can have it in your home! First Priority Audio provides complete home automation systems so that you can control your lighting, thermostats, pool pumps, sprinklers, and audio video systems, or pre-program them to your specific needs. Have your home create the perfect scenes for you and your family automatically without the need to even press a button. Control the entire experience from your smartphone or tablet even when you are away from home. Smart home products are seemingly available everywhere. But the majority of the products you see for sale are DIY products and require you to install and setup. Some are easy… some are not! Ultimately, these products end up falling short of your expectations because they work independently of each other. The old saying “the left hand doesn’t know what the right hand is doing” certainly applies to DIY home automation products. A professional system will bring all the systems of your home together to make a truly smart experience.
Getting all the systems in your home to communicate with each other requires the use of a home automation system, like Control4, to serve as the “brains” behind it all. Installing a professional grade system requires proper planning, design, and programming. Don’t settle for someone just winging it… First Priority Audio has been installing and servicing home automation systems for over 15 years.You may be wondering what the difference between smart home and home automation is. Smart is just the latest marketing buzzword used by most of the DIY products in the market. It was just a matter of time before “smart” transferred from individual products to the entire home. In other words, there is absolutely no difference between smart home or home automation. Don’t get confused or sold on one term over the other.
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Today’s smart home devices come in all shapes and sizes from the Nest thermostat to the Amazon Echo, to complete home automation systems from companies like Vantage Controls or Control4.