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A Home Automation System for a More Efficient 2017

We may all have different resolutions for the new year. But most homeowners can agree that a more efficient home is a long-term goal they are always striving to achieve. You can speed up that resolution by installing a home automation system that gives you the control you’ve always wanted.

Today, learn how a Nexia home automation system helps to keep your home—and your daily life—moving more efficiently. And call our technicians to schedule your Nexia Home Intelligence installation or consultation.

More Efficient Heating and AC

One of the main draws of home automation is what you can do with your heating and AC systems.

Whether you are at home, at work, or on vacation hundreds of miles away, you can take control over the temperature in your home so you never have to worry about frozen pipes or wasted energy. A smart thermostat can be adjusted from an app in your phone (or from the wall thermostat) and you can track usage more easily to make more efficient decisions when it comes to climate control.

More Efficient Appliances, Lights, and More

With the right products connected to your Nexia Bridge, the hub that allows your home to move smoothly, you can also turn off lights, control plugged in appliances, and even monitor your sprinkler system. Your home moves more efficiently when you can control everything from a single application on your smartphone.

A More Efficient Day

Finally, your day moves around more efficiently when you have a Nexia home automation system. If you feel worried that you forgot to close the garage, or if you wonder whether you left the lights on, there’s no need to turn the car around or call a neighbor. Your day runs more efficiently when you can press a button on your smartphone to monitor everything in one place.

If you live in Colorado Springs and you want the power of home automation at your fingertips, call Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning today.

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