The average annual energy bill for the average single family home is $2,200 – 58% of which is dedicated to heating, cooling, and lighting, according to Energy Star. But Alarm.com has a solution for your energy woes. You can now easily integrate home automation and energy management solutions with your interactive Alarm.com home security system. This allows you to remotely control lights, locks, and thermostats from either a computer or smartphone. They can also set up schedules to make your homes smarter and conserve even more energy at the same time.
Three Ways Consumers can Utilize Home Energy Controls
- Lights: With Alarm.com’s integrated home automation, it is easy to manage lights, set up custom rules, and map out lighting schedules. This is a great way to improve the functionality of your home as well as conserve energy…thus lowering your monthly utility bills.
- Locks: Did you forget to lock the backdoor when you left for work this morning? No need to worry if you have Alarm.com’s home automation solutions. Now you can control your security system and locks remotely from a computer or smartphone.
- Thermostat: Integrating your thermostat with your security system is the perfect way to save money. Does your house need to be constantly blasting heat while you are at work? Of course not. Now you can schedule your thermostat to be on when you need it and off when you don’t, saving you money. And who doesn’t like saving money?
There is no better way to improve the security, functionality, and energy efficiency of your home!
If you have any questions about Home Automation from Alarm.com or wish to set up a consultation with one of our security experts, please contact Chesapeake Systems Services, Inc. – an Alarm.com authorized dealer – by calling 800-205-4909 or click here today!
Chesapeake Systems Service, Inc. is conveniently located in Annapolis Junction, MD. We proudly serve, but are not limited to, the following counties through out Maryland, Virginia and Washington DC: Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County, Calvert County, Charles County, Howard County, Montgomery County, Fairfax County, Loudon County, Harford County, Prince George’s County, and Queen Anne County.