Home Automation Components

Connect all of your devices when you install home automation in Charleston, SC

 

Remember when you had five remotes on your coffee table? It’s so much better just having one, isn’t it?

Then why would you even consider controlling your smart home devices through five different apps, when you could just use one? Plus, when your devices are working together, you can take advantage of exciting new features, like “Scenes,” which enable multiple devices to be controlled by touching one button.

The more devices that are connected, the more you can automate – and enable one device to trigger action for another. With a QEI Security home automation system powered by Alarm.com, all your automation components can be controlled through one app. Get in touch today to learn more about installing home automation in Charleston, SC or a surrounding area.

One Home Automation System Isn’t Perfect for Everyone.

A mom with a house full of kids might find the most value in a garage door controller because it’s hectic leaving the house. With a garage door controller, she can check remotely to ensure the garage door is closed.

Young professionals who travel frequently might find the most value in climate control so their home’s temperature can be adjusted from anywhere in the world.

Someone on a tight budget might want to start with lighting control because it makes the biggest impact for the smallest price.

That’s why we offer a free home consultation to assess your needs.

We’ll come to your house in Charleston, SC or elsewhere in the state to see how you live and explain all our products.
Together, we can decide what will fit within your budget and simplify your life.

Types of Home Automation Components We Offer in Charleston, SC & Surrounding Areas:

Lighting Control Components

Entertainment Components

Garage Door Controllers

Climate Control Components

Door Lock Components

Free Home Consultation

For some homeowners, peace of mind means every single first floor window is protected. Other homeowners feel that is overkill and simply want to add a few shock sensors that will react if someone bangs on an exterior wall, window or door. At your home consultation, your consultant will explain different ways to protect your home. You will then determine which option makes you the most comfortable and fits within your budget.