Make your New Year Resolution a Connected and Protected Home

by | Jan 14, 2021

As we sit here two weeks into the new year, it’s natural to contemplate and re-think the usual New Year’s resolutions. Exercise regularly. Get more sleep. Eat healthier. End a bad habit.

What if you took a different approach this year? After all, 2020 was the year of doing things differently. Your family worked from home, learned from home, shopped from home, and adapted your home to manage it all. You very likely spotted the potential for some simple home improvement to help balance everything.

Why not equip your home to help simplify daily tasks and achieve your goals? With the experts at All Systems Integrated and smart technology from Alarm.com, it’s easy.

Find balance and protect your time

If balancing your time is on your resolution’s list, you can use your Alarm.com app to prioritize the moments that matter. This means taking time back from endless busy-work and spending it on the hobbies you enjoy.

The Alarm.com app gives you different ways to save both energy and time throughout your day. You can program your home to work for you with automatic and intuitive security, locks, light, heating, and more.

Leaving home for a family walk together? Just tap your app’s Away Scene to simultaneously have the garage door close, shut lights off, the thermostat turns down, and arm the security system. When you return, the Geo-Services feature ensures a warm welcome for everyone and a well-lit home, all without you having to lift a finger.

Being connected makes a difference


You may be seeing a lot more of those close to you at home, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you’re communicating more. It’s easy for everyone to get wrapped up in work, school, or other tasks and neglect to check in with one other. You have the power to change that though.

Whether you’re busy at the home office or out running errands, take a moment to check in with a two-way voice conversation through your video cameras. Even a quick chat a few times a day can help you feel more connected.

Emergency preparedness brings peace of mind

Spending more time indoors this winter means you’re starting to notice home safety updates that you need to make, such as installing new smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors. You can take care of these updates and much, much more with a professionally installed home security system from All Systems Integrated.

In addition to knowing that everything works, you’ll appreciate total protection with smart home safeguards and professional monitoring. In the event of a fire or carbon monoxide leak, your thermostat will shut off automatically, and your monitoring service will alert your contact list and local 911 dispatcher at your discretion.

Resolve to embrace something new

After the trials and tribulations of the previous year, it’s important to above all take positive steps for yourself. Why not plan a mini-vacation on a one-day road trip, or find a virtual class on that hobby you’ve been wanting to learn? Maybe this year your family will grow, or you’ll start a new job.

Whatever the coming year may have in store, we can all work together to be more prepared for it. And, with help from the ASI team, so will your home.

To get started, contact us for a free estimate on your new smart home system. From everyone at ASI, we wish you all the best in the coming year!

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