Insight Automation Makes A Home Of The Future

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Insight Automation knows that in the technologically-minded present, everything is automated. So why shouldn’t your home be?

Your favorite radio station creeps into the bedroom. As you roll out of bed, stretching and yawning your way downstairs, the many window shades in the house go up, welcoming some life-bringing glow into your home. Your security system is disarmed right on schedule. The television in your kitchen wakes as you start breakfast, switching itself instantaneously to your preferred morning news channel.
No, this isn’t science fiction daydream; it’s your home, automated.

Insight Automation wants you to have this. Local entrepreneur and tech-whiz Esbith Andaya founded his Charlotte home integration company with one idea in mind: Charlotteans’ lives should be easier. And these days, he says, an easier home life is more achievable.

“Home automation has been around since the 80s,” Andaya explains, “but back then, it was only affordable for the elite. Today, like cell phones and a lot of other technology, it’s available to everybody. I’m just here to let people know.”
Like anyone else involved in creating homes, Esbith creates a lasting relationship with every client, and he insists on maintaining that relationship for years. Insight works with new homeowners from the framing stage right through installation in the finished home, integrating a system of living into your living space.

And everything Insight automates, from a morning alarm and lighting right down to a home’s security, can be scheduled around the homeowner’s routine. Basically, Esbith Andaya and his crew ensure that homeowners don’t have to do all the menial tasks that—let’s be honest—no homeowner ever wants to do anyway. The smart home curates your day for you, granting you less daily tasks, and more day. With a little help from Insight, the home of the future isn’t in the future anymore.

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Modern homes aren’t really modern without natural light. That means big windows, and lots of them. In a spacious enough home, covering upwards of 30 windows just before crawling into bed is laborious enough: Rolling out of bed and manually raising that many shades, pre-caffeination, is a good recipe for a bad day. Try a single touch of your personal tablet instead.
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Smart televisions are all the rage. Install one in a smart living room, though, and you may find that particular room exceedingly difficult to leave. Fully automated home theatre systems are Insight’s most common project installations for a reason.
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Let’s say you’ve a beautifully stuccoed outdoor living space bounded by clean arches…but you also happen to live in the American South. Summer evenings here are like something out of a storybook, but the mosquitoes aren’t. Esbith’s got you covered, literally. Automation can give you a porch that’s both screened-in…and not screened-in.