Home Automation

Long ago, having a cable and a phone jack in your home was considered high tech. Today’s homes are bigger and more complex than ever before. Now, there are control systems for entertainment, security, lighting and even heating and cooling systems, bringing high tech to a new level.

High-definition TVs and speakers are found throughout new homes, along with home theatres, automated lighting, window furnishings and heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, and of course, wired or wireless Internet in every room. The good news is, controlling these systems has never been easier.

Custom Home Theatre Room

With a Wi-Fi network and the touch of your finger, you can use your mobile device to adjust everything in your home from your lights to your security system—even while you’re on vacation out of the country!

Home Automation, Heating and Lighting Control

Talk to your builder about home automation. Whether you’re considering control systems now, or may consider them in the future, it’s a good idea to include your plans in the pre-wiring of your new home. 

Kaila Sawlor Sawlor Built Homes Custom Home Builder in Nova Scotia

Kaila Sawlor-Dion

Kaila is the Marketing Manager of Sawlor Built Homes. She continuously updates our profile on Facebook, Instagram, Houzz, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest, and is focused on all marketing initiatives.

A third generation family member of Sawlor Built Homes, Kaila joined the company in 2011. She is an active member of the Canadian Home Builder's Association - Nova Scotia Marketing Committee and she continues to update her education and training, intent on becoming an industry leader in new home marketing.

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