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How To Optimize Your Santa Fe Home Office With Home Automation

You haven’t been to the office for a while now, and it’s apparent that you’ve gotten the hang of this work-from-home situation. You're off the the coffee table in the living room and have a dedicated room set up as your new workspace. It’s now time for the next step to automate your Santa Fe home office. Devices like smart thermostats, speakers, and lights can make your new digs more customized, comfortable, and conducive for your job.

The fundamental question that needs answering is: What components should you think about integrating, and how can you optimize your Santa Fe home office with home automation?

Illuminate your Zoom calls with smart lighting

One of the greatest perks of ditching the office is that you won’t have to sit under fluorescent lighting. Illuminating your space with light coming through a window or a softer bulb will boost morale, decrease eye strain, and enhance the overall vibe. Still, some lighting options can also wreak havoc on online conferences or on your computer’s screen. Certainly, you can keep rising from your desk, strolling to the wall switch, and manually adjusting your lights. But that can turn into a pain if you complete that task multiple times a day.

With a smart light, you can better control your room’s illumination without getting up from your desk. All you need to do is locate the lights on your smartphone app and lower them until you no longer feel eye strain. You can even preset your smart lights to flip off when the day is over, telling you that you can shut down your computer.

Smart thermostats keep your home office comfortable

Along with dimming your lights via your cell phone application, you also have the ability to manage your thermostat. When you get hot throughout your working hours, are you walking down the hall to manually lower the temperature? Or do you stay there and start feeling sleepy because your office is a bit too cozy? In addition, your computer will give off heat as well -- most notably when you work with a laptop resting on your body.

A smart thermostat gives you the opportunity to easily alter comfort levels until you find the ideal temperature. This ability to adjust is beneficial on bright days, when the sunshine comes through the windows and creates spot heating in your work area. But when you have days where the weather changes often, you may discover that you're changing temperature levels from your smartphone many times during your day!

Automate your home office in Santa Fe with the help of a smart speaker

Even though smart lights and smart thermostats are likely the simplest method to automate your Santa Fe home office, you have the option of adding a large assortment of smart components. For instance, a video doorbell tells you when deliveries have been made without you needing to go check. Smart locks have the ability to secure your sensitive information. You could even use a smart plug that automates household devices, like your coffee maker or printer.

To tie all these smart items together, you might go with a home automation system like ones offered by Vivint, or you have the choice of adding a more complex mix of skills within your Amazon Echo or Google Home. Regardless of the path you take, you are able to utilize your smart speaker to manage all your home automation devices by simply speaking. For example, say "Lights dim 10%" to remove glare. Or give the instruction, "Alexa, start my meeting," and instantly transform your work space with the optimal light, comfort levels, and sound for your online meetings.

Automate your home office with Vivint

The simplest method to automate your home office is by integrating a complete smart home and security package. Get in touch with us today, and a Vivint representative will walk you through your home automation and security options. Then you have the ability to design the most suitable setup for your property.

Call (505) 605-2552 or send in the form below to start your project.