Smart Home Checklist

Smart Home Checklist

home automation smart home Smart Home Basics Wireless Shades Authored By Jennifer Mallett 0 Comment(s)

Are you ready to take the plunge? There are many cool things a Smart Home can do, but really what are the needs or opportunities you have that help you determine you are ready if you are not an “early adopter” (p.s. Smart Homes are beyond the early adopter stage now) Dive in with our Smart Home Checklist. Are you ready for a Smart Home? I have too many apps on my phone to control and want to simplify my life (simple automation) I shop online and would like to see when my packages arrive at my door and be able...

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Experiment: Alexa Free for a Week

Experiment: Alexa Free for a Week

Authored By Chris Dalton 1 Comment(s)

I have an embarrassing confession to make about being a parent. My Digital Assistant currently holds more authority with my kids than I do.  Yes, it’s true. Please withhold your judgement. Alexa took a 1 week vacation here is what happened... Recently, we had a taping for a local TV program and I took the office Amazon Echo out for our demonstration on the set. The unit I have in our house was gone for a week.  I thought…will I miss it? Is this Personal Assistant technology just kind of nice to have or does it offer a real world convenience that once we get...

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5 Mistakes to Avoid When Starting Your Smart Home

5 Mistakes to Avoid When Starting Your Smart Home

We talk often about what types of products make for a good Smart Home but we have not touched upon what NOT to do. Here are our top 5 tips: 1. Spend too much money …Unless you want to. Most of the automation capabilities you can get today USED to require at times a 6 figure investment. We often hear the owners of these systems are unable to use them reliably. Today, that high end spend is much less a requirement and you can comfortably spend $2,500 for an entry level Smart Home fully installed. If you want all the bells and whistles, you...

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Smart Homes and Older Homes

Smart Homes and Older Homes

Antique homes Smart Home Smart Home Set Up Authored By Jennifer Mallett 1 Comment(s)

Can an older home, even a late 1800s antiques, be Smart?  I was asked this question over the weekend while taping a segment for Woman2Woman Today (side note great program led by Jen Maseda, check it out).  The answer is… Yes, the age of a home for the most part will NOT dictate how Smart it can become with all the new cool home technology out there. In fact, in SOME ways products becoming more wireless and connected helps older homes more than newer construction homes as it is often the case that drilling holes to run wires is not...

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Press Release: Level Up Your Home brings Smart Homes to Rental Hosts

Press Release: Level Up Your Home brings Smart Homes to Rental Hosts

Authored By Chris Dalton 0 Comment(s)

 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Jennifer Kelmer President/CEO Level Up Your Home LLC 1-800-979-2791 hello@levelupyourhome.com ### Level Up Your Home brings Smart Homes to Rental Hosts Company debuts new smart home technology services for rental property owners. BOSTON – May 3, 2017– Level Up Your Home, LLC, the smart home automation company, announced today the formation of a division which provides home owners who rent their properties with AirBnb, VRBO, HomeAway and other rental properties platforms with wireless capabilities to manage their rental property effortlessly through Smart Home technology.  According to Level Up Your Home’s CEO Jen Kelmer, “Adding technology to...

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