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How To Optimize Your Florence Home Office With Home Automation

You've been out of the office longer than you can remember, and it seems that you're a pro at this remote work reality. You’ve moved on from the dining room table and have a dedicated room established as your home office. Now you're ready to step up the tech and automate your Florence home office. Additions like smart lights and smart thermostats will make your new digs more efficient, more secure, and more conducive for working.

But what devices should you consider installing, and how can you optimize your Florence home office with home automation?

Set the stage for your Zoom calls with smart light bulbs

One of the nicest benefits of abandoning office life is that you don’t have to sit under fluorescent lighting. Sitting under natural light through a window or a more appealing light source can improve your mood, lessen the strain on your eyes, and elevate the room’s general feel. Still, home lights might also create issues on video calls or computer screens. Of course, you can keep rising from your desk, strolling to the switch on your wall, and flipping on and off your lights. But that will be an annoyance if you are faced with this chore repeatedly during your work hours.

When you install a smart light, you have greater command over your lights without leaving your chair. Simply access the lights on your mobile app and lower them until you no longer feel eye strain. You even have the option of presetting your smart lights to flip off at the time of your choice, telling you that you need to step away from the computer screen.

Smart thermostats make it comfortable at work

As well as controlling your lighting via your cell phone application, you can also adjust your comfort levels. As you get hot throughout your working hours, are you running down the hall to change the thermostat? Or do you keep working and start falling asleep because your office is a bit too cozy? Keep in mind computers will also give off heat as well -- most notably when you work with a laptop in constant contact with your legs.

A smart thermostat lets you to quickly and easily adjust settings so you can find the ideal temperature. This ability to adjust is beneficial on pleasant days, when the sunshine fills your home and causes hot spots within your space. On other variable weather days, you might see that you're remotely controlling the thermostat 3-4 times throughout the morning and afternoon!

Automate your home office in Florence with the help of a smart speaker

While smart lights and smart thermostats are likely the simplest method to automate your Florence home office, you can add a wide array of smart devices. For example, a doorbell camera lets you know when packages have arrived without you needing to go check. A smart lock have the ability to keep your home office secure. You could even use a smart plug that automates common conveniences, like your coffee machine or copier.

To tie all these smart items within a single platform, you might go with a smart home system, like Vivint, or go with a more hodge-podge dump of skills in your Alexa or Google Home. Regardless of the path you take, you can use your smart speaker to control your smart components through simple voice commands. For example, say "Dim lights to 60 percent" to remove glare. Or give the instruction, "Alexa, Zoom call," and instantly transform your work space with the ideal light, temperature settings, and sound for your video conference calls.

Automate your home office with Vivint

The most sensible strategy to bring a new level of automation to your home office is through the use of a complete smart home and security package. Get in touch with us today, and a Vivint specialist will help you explore your automation and home security options. Then you have the ability to tailor the ideal plan for your needs.

Contact (843) 438-7320 or submit the following form to get started.