These technology advances are ready for all ages.
TAGS: aging | aging in place | aging in place design | home care | smart home | smart home technology | smart-home-automation
Smart home technology isn’t just for the young.
Any new technology – and especially new technology in emerging and growing categories like smart home technology – tends to get a reputation of being for younger audiences. But that’s simply not the case. The team here at Liaison Home Automation prides itself on being knowledgeable on the best ways, practices, and use cases for the technology we sell, and we thought it would be great to guide our customers through a not-often-talked-about, but quite important, use of smart home technology: to help older adults as they are aging in place.
Don’t Waste Time on One-Size-Fits-All
TAGS: Scalability | Smart Home
If you’ve been following our blog, you know the right questions to ask your smart home company before you invest in them. And you also now that they should be on your side throughout the whole process.
But it’s also important to find out if your integrator works to fit your needs or if they only offer one-size-fits-all solutions.
What does that mean? It means they pressure you into building more than you need or want, so they can boost their own margins.
Your smart home should be the size, shape, and configuration that will make you happy—whether it’s your entire property, a few rooms, or even just a single room.
In this blog, we’ll show you some of the ways you can customize the technology in your Glen Ellyn-Wheaton home to fit your lifestyle, not the other way around.
Just keep reading for more.
Ensure Your Smart Home Works the Way it Should
TAGS: Home Networking | Home Wi-Fi | Smart Home
A smart home is a dream come true for many Chicago, Illinois homeowners. One-touch controls allow you to get the most out of your integrated technology.
Sit back and relax in a home theater, simply pressing one button to adjust all the functions in the room.
Lock up before bed with ease with just a tap on your smartphone.
Ensure everyone remains comfortable while managing energy costs thanks to easy-to-use integrated controls.
All these factors make upgrading to a smart home a no-brainer. But you also need to make sure your smart home works properly. For that, you may need a home networking installation upgrade.
In this blog, we’ll give you three reasons why it may be time to enhance your network. Find out more by reading below.