Many of us have experienced more time than we’re used to in our homes lately. Or perhaps you’re reading this at a time when stay-at-home orders are still a recent memory. Either way, being inside for such long stretches has probably given you more insight on what’s working in your residence, functionally and aesthetically, and what isn’t. Some people might want to replace their coffee table or wall color, while others may realize that they’re not reaching their home’s potential to make their modern lifestyles easier, and that automation can solve that need.Read More
There are more ways than ever to listen to your favorite music or enjoy your beloved movies and shows. You can subscribe to any number of music and video streaming services, and you still have physical media options like Blu-ray discs, CDs or – if you’re really into the classics – vinyl LPs. With this wide array of choices, however, comes an unexpected downside: An overwhelming number of remotes and control systems.
What if there was a way to bring all of your media, from streaming services to your home audio system, under control of one interface? You can do that and more with home automation. In today’s blog, we’ll look at how automation can simplify media control in your New York City home. Keep reading to learn more.