Convenience is something that we are almost
always interested in as a result of its savings. Whether
it’s saving time, money, or hassle, convenience takes on a huge
role in our lives. So what would you think if
you could control most of what is in
your home with the touch of a
remote? Sure, it may seem a bit far out, but
it’s a tad more realistic than you may think. Home automation has been a part of our lives
for some time now, but only recently has it become so widely used. It’s not only
for the tech geeks either. Home automation is a multi-billion dollar industry
that has grown steadily over the last few years and with
that growth, demand has increased as well.
It’s really not that unexpected
either, because home automation isn’t something that has just recently come to
be in the last few years with wireless thermostats. In one of its earliest
forms, home automation was realized with sound
activated switches that were set off by the clap of
hands or other noises. While the technology wasn’t perfect,
it was one of the most well received products at its
time. Operating your devices via the internet is no longer confined to your smartphone or computer. Practically everything in your home can now be controlled through your Wi-Fi signal or an app, and the number of things that can be controlled will only continue to rise as the technology develops.
Obviously, there has been great development
in home automation since then, and it has just taken another step forward with
the upcoming introduction of the Pella® Insynctive™ smart family of products that can sync to a compatible home automation system.
Beginning in 2015, Insynctive™ smart home technology will allow you to integrate
various compatible security and convenience tools so that you can have more control over the safety and comfort of your Washington DC
area home no matter if you’re there or on the go.*
Having home automation isn’t just a convenience either. When
utilized properly, you can also make your
home more comfortable. Adjusting your blinds or shades and
thermostat alone will let you make the most of the
technology, allowing your to keep your home comfortable when you’re home and giving it a break when you’re away on vacation.
Achieving whole home comfort is
something we all desire, so just think
about how nice it would be to tilt your
blinds with the touch of a
remote so you could help protect your eyes from the sun. It’s
possible with Insynctive™ products.
When you determine you’re ready to take
the next step by adding smart home technology, let us tell you about Insynctive™ products. The local Pella® showroom in
Washington DC will have a system for you to look
at so you know which products are right for your home
and budget. Learn more about home automation and our
Insynctive™ technology from your Washington DC Pella Showroom today.
*Requires connection via the Pella Insynctive Bridge to a compatible home automation system.