For most people, buying a smart home is a gradual process. A first entry point for homeowners has historically been a connected thermostat or a voice assistant, which then expands to other lifestyle devices like lights, locks and video cameras as they see the technologies making their lives simpler.
But as construction for new homes continues to increase in the U.S., so too does the expectation that these smart home solutions are integrated during the build process. The home has become even more central to everyday life as families count on it not only as safe shelter – but also as an office, school, gym and restaurant.
Lennar, one of the nation’s leading homebuilders, is now offering a new full suite of connected home products. Its new Connected Home by Lennar will be offered nationwide as part of Lennar’s signature Everything’s Included program, which incorporates the most desired features in every new home as standard. Included with these homes are:
“What people expect from technology is that it opens new doors or removes old obstacles so they can focus on what’s important to them," said Eric Feder, Lennar's LENx managing general partner.
Homeowners can control their compatible locks, garage door, thermostat and alarms, as well as get alerts for leak detection in one app. Additional compatible devices can also be added and customized to each family’s unique needs. Whether they’re home or away, Lennar homeowners now have control and awareness of their home from anywhere.
For additional information, visit the announcement page on Lennar.com.