Automate Your Home for a Warmer Winter
With the help of smart technology, wireless internet, and mobile apps, you can monitor and automate your home’s heating system, watch your energy use, and have control over many functions in your Bensalem, PA home. Depending on what you choose, you can have more information and control at your fingertips than you ever imagined.
Netatmo Weather Station
If you like to know what’s going on with the weather down to the smallest detail, the Netatmo Weather Station may be for you. You can check the real-time weather in and around your home including temperature and humidity levels, as well as other environmental issues like carbon dioxide levels and even noise. You can use a mobile app to monitor your weather conditions from anywhere. The system also integrates with IFTTT so you can create triggers based on certain circumstances such as turning on your heater if the temperature dips to a certain level.
Be Home 24/7
This software kit turns your home into a smart home. You’ll be able to control locks, motion sensors, cameras, and even thermostats remotely. If you have a specific temperature or certain lights you want on when you wake up, this kit will let you do that, among other settings you can create.
Infinity Remote Access Touch Control Thermostat
We can install Infinity Remote Access Touch Control thermostat and you’ll be able to control the temperature, ventilation, airflow, humidity, and indoor air quality in up to eight zones in your home. You’ll have access to features such as energy-use tracking, touch-screen settings, the local five-day weather forecast, vacation programming to keep your home at a steady temperature while you’re away, and more. It works off of a wi-fi enabled remote access or you can you download an app to your Android or Apple device to access the settings and information.
If you’d like to install a state-of-the-art smart thermostat in your home or discuss different options for heating and cooling your home more efficiently, contact Custom Aire at (215) 638-1800.