Most homeowners are always looking for ways to make their lives a little easier. Whether it is an automated garage door opener or lights on a timer. Now there is a way for them to have most of their electrical systems being controlled at one central location. Instead of attaching timers to lamps, they are choosing to have a home control system installed on their Great Falls, VA properties. When they’re ready to bring their homes into the 21st century, they know to call the team at Pullin Electric. For over three decades Pullin Electric has been meeting their customers’ electric needs. They also know that their clients have concerns, which is why they have put together this brief list of frequently asked questions.
This question is impossible for Pullin Electric to answer without first evaluating the property. They also need to know what you want to be controlled by the automated system. If you want to add voice-activated controls, this often costs extra, along with the number of touch panels and fobs for keychains. All of this will be explained to you during your initial consultation.
If the electrician isn’t experienced, it’s easy for them to make a mistake. This is especially true if the system is being installed in older homes. Also, without the necessary experience, it can be easy for the electrician to miss a potential problem, and this can have disastrous results. Take your time, and make sure that the company you hire has the experience needed to get the job done right.
There is little that a home control system on a Great Falls, VA property can’t do if the device runs on electricity. Want to turn lights on and off remotely, no problem. You can even monitor security cameras inside and outdoors. Turn appliances on from another room. Have an entertainment system? It can be connected too. Simply let Pullin Electric know what you want, and they will try to make it happen if possible.
In most cases, it only takes a few hours to properly install an automated electrical control system. It will vary though, depending on a few things. The number of devices that you want to connect, along with the condition of the existing wiring will play a role in how long the electrician will be in your home. It is important to remember that this is one job that you don’t want to rush.