So you've just built a new home and you're ready to open the veil of secrecy and flaunt it. Unfortunately, you didn't plan it tonight and luckily you weren't alone in the car on the way home. You imagine your guests waiting outside as you enter, turning on the lights, music and AC power to ensure they leave the perfect impression when they enter. Then remember you have a smart home and dig your iPhone while driving. You can get the details on the Vivint smart house system over the internet.
Everything is set at the push of a button. Shadows are raised, all the lights in various rooms shine in your favourite setting, music plays your favourite tune, changing air cools the interior and landscape and the house is bright enough for magazine covers. Suddenly your fear turns to pride as you descend the aisle.
This scenario can be played out in a number of ways. For example, waiting at the airport to wonder if you had set the alarm, or lying in bed at night, wondering if you had turned off all the lights downstairs, and so on. For everyone who wants to have more order and control in their daily life and at the same time wants to be environmentally conscious, a facility like a smart home makes sense.
What was once just a techno-fantasy has found its way into mainstream homeowners. But smart home systems are no easy feat of engineering. It is a very complex and highly computerized home automation system.
In order to customize the housing to be connected to the system, each component must be connected directly to the main interface. This includes electrical outlets, telephones, cables, sound systems, security systems, air conditioning/heating, awnings for windows, landscape lighting, ceiling fans and more.