Homes for the Environmentally Conscious

Recycling is a vital part of sustaining life. Without reusing our valuable resources, we can deplete them.  However, thanks to ELAN g! there are ways to create a zero-energy home and help preserve the environment.

In order to live in a home that produces no emissions, there are a few steps you need to take. Adding solar panels, radiant heat, low energy appliances, LED lighting and natural ventilation is a great way to cut energy costs. Even better, if you forget to turn off a light or the thermostat is too high, there is an ELAN g! Entertainment and Control System which you can use to control your home from your iPhone or iPad.

If you plan to build a home from square one, implementing all the energy efficient measures into the blueprints is the way to go. This will help the technology feel natural in your home and look great with the décor you chose.

The ELAN g! Entertainment and Control System can control all the electrical functions within the home and make life easier for  you to keep your home environmentally friendly and monitor electrical usage.

In addition to using the ELAN g! Entertainment and Control System to control energy efficiency in your home, it can also control your in-home music system and all of your homes lighting. From the app at any time you can see what lights and speakers are on in each room.

This goes to show that being environmentally friendly doesn’t have to sacrifice any of your homes integrity.

If you have any questions about the  ELAN® g! Entertainment and Control System  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! You can follow CSS Inc. on Facebook and Twitter as well!

Source:

http://www.residentialsystems.com/news/0022/bryan-cranston-chooses-elan-g-for-new-leed-platinum-home/84742

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