Home Automation

Home Automation Guide

There have been major advancements in home automation when it comes to lighting, home monitoring, security, temperature control, energy management, and entertainment systems. And new products are being introduced every day. Keeping up with the options and integrating the control of these individual pieces can seem like a daunting task–one people think is a job best left to professionals–but it doesn’t have to be. Our Home Automation Guide is here to help with the information you need to make an informed decision about the solutions and products that will best meet your needs. Get started today and find out how simple it is to DIY your home automation.

Door Locks Guide
Discover how home automation door locks let you monitor your home remotely.
Communication Protocols Guide
Learn about the different communication protocols and how they allow products to “talk” to each other.
Thermostats Guide
Understand how to control your home’s temperature (and save energy) when you’re away.
Controllers Guide
Learn how controllers work to connect your home automation solution.
Wi-Fi 101
Learn the basics of Wi-Fi and how to setup your home network.
Connect Your Tech
Connect Your Tech
Discover how to stay connected to your home and loved ones while you’re not there.
Wireless Streaming
Learn how to stream internet movies on your TV with wireless streaming devices.
Tablet Buying Guide
What tablet is right for you? Check out the tablet buying guide to help you find the best solution for you.
Home Audio Guide
Control and simplify with connected audio solutions. Discover the benefits of setting up a whole home audio system.
Lighting Controls Guide
Learn how to automate your home’s lights. Find which devices enable you to control and automate your home to give it a “lived in” feel and reduce energy usage.
Garage Door Openers
Understand how your garage door opener can keep your home secure and alert you when it is opened while you are away.
Security Cameras Guide
Discover the specific features to consider for a connected security camera system.

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