Getting my sister a home automation system

My mother is eighty-two years outdated and still in tremendous physical shape… She is mentally as shapr as ever and lives a absolutely independent lifestyle.

She serves on the town board, volunteers at the Barnes and Noble, plays bingo every Wednesday, mows her own turf and has breakfast with friends at least once per week, however while she shows no signs of slowing down, I worry about her residing alone, but i make sure to either stop by and see her, call or text at multiple times a afternoon… For my own peace of mind, I decided to invest into a security system for her.

I started researching different types of motion-activated lights, alarms, monitoring companies and surveillance cameras! The more I study up on available options, the more I became convinced that a whole-dwelling automation system was the right answer. I was a bit concerned that my mother would have some trouble operating it! Although she manages a smartphone, laptop and iPad, she struggles with particular aspects of current technology, however once the automation system was implemented, there were a few complications with her setting the alarm off. She also got frustrated with regulating indoor temperature. At one point, she had all the windows open and heat pouring out of the vents in July. She’s not gotten accustomed to the multiple features of the automation system and appreciates it. She’s saving money on weekly energy bills, spending less time decreasing multiple systems and enjoying greater convenience. I like that she can see who is pulling into the driveway or sitting on her doorstep via real-time video. I am relieved that she has a panic button in case of emergencies.

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