I often wonder “Why do we welcome technology more in our cars than in our homes?” After all, let’s go back to the last time you approached your car: You probably pressed the button on a remote that unlocked the door and disarmed the alarm. As you pull back on the door in your car, the light conveniently comes on for you inside and the seat moves back. When you sit down, and either put your key in or press start, the seat moves forward as the steering wheel moves down and towards you. As you take a drive down the road, your favorite music is just a single button press away on the six presets. Why doesn’t your house do all this?
In our homes, thousands of products are available to give you the same experience as in your car; people just don’t know about them. For example, there are ways to install a remote on your keychain that unlocks your door and disarms the alarm. It’s also rather easy to install a simple keypad beside your entry door. These six buttons act as “presets” for you and your home. Much like the 6 buttons on your car stereo, press the #1 or “Welcome” button, and your house takes on the setting that you prefer, like having the lights illuminate the path to your bedroom closet, your thermostat change to “comfort mode,” and your favorite music to start playing throughout the house.
Does calling for help on your smart home problems give you Technical Support Derangement Syndrome? It’s frustrating for anyone, especially when dealing with a luxury custom integration company, that all you hear is:
- “I’m sorry. The person you need to speak with isn’t in the office at the moment. Can I have him give you a call back?”
- “Let me make a few calls and get back to you as soon as I can.”
- Or the dreaded “Hold please,” only to be left hanging for an inordinate amount of time.
If that’s what you usually hear, then you may not be calling the right people. The problem is not that they don’t want to help; it could be that they may simply lack the technical knowledge necessary to help you solve your problem. Also, the person answering the phone at your integrator’s office may be in the middle of entering invoices, have guests in the lobby that need attention, or is otherwise distracted, making someone else’s experience way less than stellar.
Automation Systems Add Value to Your Entire Office
TAGS: Building Automation | Commercial Automation
When technology fails you throughout the workday, it can be a real inconvenience for everyone in your office. You need solutions you can rely on, whether when you’re giving an important presentation for a client or securing the office after everyone’s left for the evening. A top-notch smart building technology system can deliver this level of service for your Oklahoma City, OK business on a daily basis.
In this blog, we’ll dive into what this automation system can do for your entire workspace. Learn more about its many benefits by reading on below!
3 Reasons to Work with a Professional Like Bravas (formerly Audio Dimensions)
TAGS: Smart Home Company | Smart Home Installation
Never settle for anything but the most premier and smooth-running smart automation systems for your Little Rock, AR home. You want solutions that work for you on a daily basis – not ones that cause stress or require dozens of remotes to operate. That’s why it’s essential you team up with a trusted smart home company like Bravas (formerly Audio Dimensions).
But what do home automation companies have to offer that a DIY setup or one-size-fits-all system doesn’t? In this blog, we’ll dive into the top three reasons you should work with a team of experts, and why a professional installation is key.
Find out more by reading on below!