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Articles in Category: Home Automation System

How to Hide Smart Technology with Home Automation Systems

Work with a Smart Home Company That Has an Eye for Design

How to Hide Smart Technology with Home Automation Systems

Building a smart home system is an exciting time in any homeowner’s life. You get new levels of control, a lot of fun new options, and enjoy a safer, more efficient space.

But there’s one aspect of technology integration that has some homeowners – and interior designers – hesitating when it comes to their next upgrade: The clutter.

When there are too many components, it can ruin the beauty of your interior design efforts. So, what can you do?

The answer is simple. Work with a smart home company that can hide your home automation system technologies to keep your Bay Area home looking impeccable.

Want to learn more? Keep reading below.

Want A Green Home?

A Home Automation System Puts You in [Green] Control

Want A Green Home?

In the Bay Area, we’ve always been at the forefront of green technology. Our location in the heart of Silicon Valley certainly has something to do with it. With California now aiming to require all new homes to have solar power, and changes coming to electric rates based on time of day, you may be wondering if it makes sense to invest in solar panels for your home. 

With a solar system and a battery, your home could store solar energy and potentially garner significant savings in energy usage by drawing from the electric grid when rates are lower.

How do you do that?  A home automation system, like that of our partner Control4, could monitor energy generation, usage, and storage, and can help manage systems in your home for the most efficient consumption.

Intrigued?  Read on to learn more.