Convenience - Convenience is one of the biggest reasons that people build and purchase smart homes. These homes give users remote access to systems including heating and cooling systems, intercoms, music and multimedia devices throughout the home.
Security - Smart homes include advanced security systems with cameras, a variety of sensors that communicate with each other and a link to the local police station or a private security company. Keeping your family and property safe at all times.
Accessibility - For elderly or disabled residents, a smart home may feature accessibility technologies. Voice-command systems can do things like control lights, lock doors, operate a telephone or use a computer. Home automation allows an individual to set a schedule for automatic tasks like watering the lawn, removing the need to perform these labor-intensive tasks on a regular basis.
Efficiency - Smart homes offer enhanced energy-efficiency. Lights can shut off automatically when no one is in a room, and the thermostat can be set to let the indoor temperature drop during the day before returning it to a more comfortable level just before residents arrive in the evening. All of these automated tasks combine to save on electricity, water and natural gas, thereby reducing the strain on natural resources.
Resale - When it comes time to sell a smart home, sellers will have an abundance of effective selling points. Whichever advantage of a smart home appeals to a given buyer, homes with automated systems have the potential to sell for much more than comparable homes with conventional technologies.