Thermostats, smart locks and video doorbells that can be controlled by your smartphone or voice – the futuristic bells and whistles of the digital age are becoming the standard for new homes.

Moreover, Houston-based McGuyer Homebuilders, offering smart home technology in every home that the home automation company establishes with Control4. However, the technology will enable users to control their thermostats, lighting, locks, and more.

Gary Tesch, the company’s chief executive, said that, smart home technology has made important advances in the last few years, and we wanted to offer our buyers these modern-day conveniences.

Source: Me Construction News

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