Free smoke alarm check (valued at $99) with every job booked in March T%C’s apply.
With the availability of NDIS funding, people with disabilities have more options available to them to live more independently. At AUE we understand that living with a disability poses unique challenges and issues and can work with customers, Occupational Therapists and families to install home automation solutions that are tailored to meet people’s situations and abilities. The goal of smart home technology for customers with disabilities is to create spaces that cater to people’s needs and lifestyles, enhancing independence, autonomy, privacy and
quality of life and changing the way people experience and use their home to their advantage. More importantly, it enables people to complete everyday tasks with ease, autonomy, and simplicity.
Automation can be operated through the touch of a button or voice activation via a smartphone, tablet, or computer.
Many automated locks have the technology to read fingerprints. Family and friends who visit can save their fingerprints into the system and then use the fingerprint memory to let themselves into the home instead of the homeowner struggling to come to the door. Trusted friends and family will be able to ensure that a door is locked from wherever they are; just by using a smart app on a device such as a tablet or a smartphone. Home automation for customers living with a disability will help them feel safer and more
secure in their homes. During a medical emergency, security systems can be connected to allow a person to access the help that they need simply by just pressing a button on the security system (or phone), someone will be automatically dispatched to the home without having to go through the steps to call emergency services.
The benefits of incorporating security and surveillance features in the smart home network are endless. Home automation systems can connect motion detectors, automated door locks, surveillance cameras throughout the home and can be activated from the mobile before going to bed. We can tailor alerts so you, your family and friends can receive alert notifications any way you choose! Check out the top home automation devices for 2021.
Lighting control is a must for people living with disabilities, this technology allows for lights to be controlled with a remote control or app on a smartphone and presents an excellent
option for those unable to reach light switches or controls. Another useful home automation lighting feature includes motion-sensor lights with the ability to turn on and off depending on if a person is entering or leaving a room.
Home automation systems can be used to manage the settings of appliances to be automatically turned off after a certain period. Many potentially dangerous common household appliances can be hooked up to a home automation system including electric blankets, toasters, and stoves. Home automation for those living with a disability can help people feel safer in their homes and ease the worry of family and friends.
Home automation can even be used for medication-dispensing devices. These devices can be pre-set to dispense medication at the correct time and the correct dosage.
The smart home space is more energy efficient as it has precise control over your heating and cooling by a programmable smart thermostat that learns your schedule and temperature preferences. It can then recommend the most energy-efficient settings throughout the day whilst taking into consideration the temperature outside. Lights and shades can be programmed to switch to evening mode as the suns sets, and lights can be
automated to turn on and off as you leave or enter a room ultimately saving money on energy bills whilst reducing the homes carbon footprint.
The national government will now be offering a $25,000 HomeBuilder grant for renovations and new builds
There is an eligibility criteria for the HomeBuilder scheme, you must:
Importantly, the tax-free grant will apply to all homeowners, not just first home buyers.
All types of dwellings will be eligible under the HomeBuilder scheme. However, the grant cannot be used on any additions to the property that are separate to the home, such as a pool, tennis court, outdoor spa and saunas, sheds or garages.
Are you looking to safeguard your home? Worried about how secure your home is when you are at work? tired of coming home to a cold dark home during the winter months and fed up with paying exorbitant energy bills?
Turning your home into a Smart home may well be the answer. Smart home technology refers to your homes systems, appliances or devices which can be independently and remotely controlled. Your Homes thermostats, lights, speakers, TVS, security cameras, locks, appliances and more can all be connected into one system which can be controlled by your smart phone or touch screen device from anywhere in the world.
Smart home automation is a luxury which allows you to tap into high tech functionality which makes life easier, more enjoyable, can reduce your energy bills and can afford you peace of mind. So what are the advantages exactly?
The convenience of managing your home devices from one place is significant. Remote control of your homes’ home functions from a distance is convenience and luxury combined. If you’re in a hurry and wish to get dinner started, you can have your oven preheat whilst you’re on your way home. You can set your heater and lights to come on 5
minutes before you get home and you can see who is at your front door in real time. Worried you may have left your electric blanket on? No problem. Check and turn it off from\ the touch of your mobile.
Incorporating security and surveillance features in your smart home network, the benefits to your home security are endless. Home automation systems can connection motion detectors, automated door locks, surveillance cameras throughout your home and can be
activated from your mobile before going to bed or even if you are on the other side of the world. We can tailor alerts so you can receive alert notifications anyway you choose!
You can make your space more energy efficient by having precise control over your heating and cooling with a programmable smart thermostat that learns your schedule and temperature preferences. It can then recommend the most energy efficient settings throughout the day whilst taking into consideration the temperature outside. Lights and shades can be programmed to switch to evening mode as the suns sets, and lights can be automated to turn on and off as you leave or enter a room ultimately saving you money on your energy bills whilst reducing your carbon footprint.
Smart homes can help you manage your appliances more efficiently. A smart TV will help you find better apps and channels tailored to your viewing preferences. A smart oven will assist you to cook your favourite food to perfection, so you don’t have to worry about over
or undercooking. Want to finish the movie you started in the front room in your bedroom? Want recommendations of what movie to watch next based on your preferences? Leave it to your smarthome!
You can monitor how often you watch TV, what kinds of meals you cook in your oven, the type of food you keep in your fridge and monitor the energy consumption habits over time. From these insights, you can analyse your habits and behaviours and making changes to achieve the lifestyle you desire. Do not worry about the technology, AUE can install the system and show you how to manage your home automation systems from an app on your phone. Adelaide Urban Electrical can provide a free quote to tailor home automation for you home and your needs.
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