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SMART HOME TECHNOLOGY 47


WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY ALLOWS FOR EASY INSTALLATION


premises via apps to keep people out or let them in. They can also see who’s at the front door without being at home. Smart security is especially convenient for homeowners who are constantly on the move and rushing around. Whether they suddenly realise they’ve left the house unlocked or a family member has forgotten their key, the problem can be easily solved. Products are also available with accessibility technology which makes them suitable for everyone, and when the housebuilder takes on the fitting it removes the hassle of installation and set-up for the homeowner. They’ll also benefit from the added value to the property when the potentially want to sell it further down the line.


As well as the homeowner, installing smart security offers benefits to the housebuilder, too. By following trends and not competitors, developers will be providing a genuine point of difference to their customers. It ultimately offers a ‘wow factor’, as everyone wants to live in


a home they can be proud of. Housebuilders needn’t worry about the hassle of installing products – wireless technology allows for easy installation with no need to plan it into the original house design, meaning it could be offered


as an optional extra. Plus, once fitted, all products will be covered by manufactur- ers’ guarantees.


Will Butler is group marketing and innovation director at ERA Total Security


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