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Yes, You Can Control Your Home with Your Voice!

Voice Control Automation Is Exemplified with and Lutron

A luxurious home experience begins with smart home automation. But it doesn’t end there! Even though it’s convenient and seamless to take command of your home’s technologies with the swipe of an icon, you may be surprised that there’s an even more seamless way to do it. For many years, Lutron has designed motorized shades and smart lighting that add a level of automation luxury for homeowners.

Recently, Lutron teamed up with – a voice control automation company – to take the in-home experience to the next level. Now, you can control every connected system in your home just by speaking to it! Keep reading to learn more about and how the company’s partnership with Lutron changes the way you interact with your home in Geyserville, CA.

SEE ALSO: Reasons to Hire a Pro for Your Smart Home Installation 

A Home That’s at Your Beck and Call

Don’t get us wrong – controlling your home via a smart home tablet or smartphone app is still “futuristic.” Most homeowners only dream of living in a home like that. And yet, even for smart homeowners, they aren’t truly experiencing the ultimate in automation. changes everything! Much like Google Assistant or Alexa, Josh obeys your verbal commands and communicates with you as you interact with your home.

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What Should You Consider When Planning an Electric Setup?

Are You a Contractor Who’s Rebuilding Homes Lost to Fires? Here’s What You Should Know

Sonoma, CA, and surrounding areas have been devastated by fires for the past two years – while also dealing with the strain of the pandemic. As a general contractor or architect, we’re sure you’ve heard some tragic stories of Bay Area residents losing their homes to fire and needing you to help them rebuild all or part of their residences.

When you get assigned these projects, you’re building more than just a new place to live for fire victims. You’re helping them rebuild their lifestyle and setting them up for renewed success.

Though open-air forest fires get the most national attention, electrical fires pose risks. Make sure you’re positioning your rebuild clients for safe, reliable electric setups. We’ll give you a few pointers below, so stay tuned.

SEE ALSO: 5 Warning Signs Your Home May Have Electrical Problems  

Design and Engineering

Proper safety in electrical setups requires extensive planning. We advise homeowners to show us their preferences for where they might want lighting, AV, and more, even before we all meet up for the electrical walk-through. This includes a blueprint of where we might put fixtures, display and sound equipment, and furniture. We’ll also look at preferred locations for light switches, outlets, and home automation panels.

Here’s where our collaboration comes in handy. After we discuss the design of our client’s home, we can meet with them to walk through our recommendations. You’ll be able to help us by showing us where you plan to install architectural details like beams and rafters, so we can better understand what we’ll have to avoid when running wires.

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Keep Your Business Running with Commercial Generators

Why You Need a Backup Generator for Your Company in California

Imagine this: it’s a packed Friday evening at your restaurant. You’re serving delicious food, guests are having a great time, and the live music is adding even more flair to the ambiance. And then it happens. The power goes out! Unfortunately, this isn’t a farfetched situation. It’s happened to thousands of businesses throughout the Santa Rosa, CA, area.

Even though we live in a beautiful state, it’s become commonplace to have inconvenient and costly power outages. So, how do you get ahead of this problem if you’re an owner or manager of a restaurant, grocery store, office, retail store, or medical facility? The answer: commercial generators. Keep reading to see why you need one on your property.

SEE ALSO: Signs You Need Professional Electrical Work in Your Home or Business 

Don’t Lose Time and Money

When your business loses power, it loses money. In fact, E Source performed a study that found businesses throughout the United States lose $27 billion every year from power outages. If the power is out at your business, everything shuts down – whether it’s the refrigerators at your restaurant, shopping transactions, or even medical equipment. A backup generator keeps the power on even when the main source of power is out. In a split second, your commercial generator switches on, so business operations never grind to a halt – and you won’t lose revenue.

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