A Smart Home's network is what essentially gives it life. Without a strong, reliable network, a Smart Home will not function properly or give a customer the desired results. We mention the Life element of Smart Homes first because it is the most important - it is the backbone and the framework for how everything in the Smart Home operates. While it may not be the most glamorous, networking is the most critical aspect of a Smart Home's functionality.
Security is another piece of a Smart Home's Life element. Once you have a high-functioning Smart Home backed by the network, it needs to be protected. Smart Homes can integrate endless security features like the security system, motion and glass break sensors, smart doorlocks and doorbells, cameras and monitoring systems, and garage door sensors. Together, these security features monitor your Smart Home for break ins and suspicious activity, alert you when someone is at the door or when your garage door has been left open, allows for unique codes for various people to unlock doors, and gives you the peace of mind that your Smart Home is safe.