Home Automation Systems

Get convenience and energy efficiency with home automation systems for your heating and air conditioning from Accumax.

Some of the biggest energy consumers are heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) units – we can use programmable thermostats to regulate use of these units, or for greater control, consider a Network or IP thermostat that can be remotely accessed from a smartphone, tablet, via the web or from a home automation interface. Smarthome also has a selection of fans, boosters, dampers and ventilation systems available.

Other ways to manage energy usage come via the implementation of solar and wind-powered devices, or try supplementing light with the use of skylights or blocking light with window coverings. You can also simply use a power meter to monitor the energy use of devices throughout your home to see where you can make changes.

Nexia Home Intelligence

Product Highlights
  • Nexia™ Home Intelligence combines wireless technology and simple web access to make everything in your home speak one simple language
  • Adjust home temperature and manage energy use remotely using most web-enabled cell phones or computers*
  • Allow entry to your home through the Schlage® Home Keypad even when you’re not there
  • Assign up to 19 private four-digit codes for family members
  • Receive instant texts and email alerts when codes are used
  • Set recurring codes for housekeepers or frequent guests
  • Add, delete or change user codes remotely
  • Confirm the status of your wireless lock from anywhere
  • Program lights to turn on/off at different times of the day
  • Schedule your lights to turn on when lock code is entered
What You Need to Get Started
  • Active broadband connection with one free router port
  • Computer with internet access, using a supported browser
  • Valid email address
  • Compatible cell phone with internet data plan and SMS capabilities

Contact AccuMax for your furnace and heating, air conditioning, and water heater installation, maintenance, and repair in the western Chicago suburbs