It was a big night.
August 1, 2017.
After more than a year in the making, the show was finally ready to drop.
With a script written by the local neighbor girl, your family had been waiting for weeks to see the eight episodes that you had been hearing so much about. The fact that the neighbor’s daughter not only wrote the script, but also helped produce the movie, and had one of the top roles, made the release date even more exciting.
You are kind of a night owl so you were actually awake when the big event happened. Scheduled for midnight in California, the online episodes would not be avialable until 2:00 am in the midwest. In spite of the late hour, you were anxious and the fact that the eight episodes took just a little more than hour to watch, made it worth the wait.
Your excite excitement and the brief length of the shows made you especially surprised when you talked to your neighbor a few days later. Although you had immediately watched the show, your neighbors, the parents of writer, producer, and actor had not watched the show yet. They had read your excited and complimentary email, but they were disappointed to admit that they had not figured out how to watch the show on their home theater system.
Not wanting to settle for their laptop screen, they were going to try one more time to see if the could find a way to watch the episodes on their home entertainment system. Frustrated because the whole system had recently been installed, they said they had contacted the home entertainment experts who had done the installation and asked them to come out.
They were keeping their fingers crossed that by the next time they saw you they could also say that they had watched the made for television episodes that showcased their daughter’s talents.
Home Theater Systems Serve No Purpose If You Do Not Understand How to Use Them
Comfortable home theater seating, surround sound, and the latest digital images sound like a dream. If, however, the system is so complicated that the homeowners do not know how to watch and listen to the shows and programs that they have been waiting for, the entire process can seem like a waste of money. For this and other reasons, it is important to carefully select the home theater company that you contract with.
Professionally trained installers, for example, should be able to explain the process needed to watch television shows, DVD recordings, and even how to access internet programs. Although a quick installation is important, it might be even more important that the company you hire slows down and takes the time to explain the necessary information.
How Can Upgraded Technology Improve Things for Your Family?
From binge watching the latest hit television series to making sure that you are able to double check the security of your home while you are away from work, technology is an important part of many homes. In fact, as many as 12 million home automation systems were expected to be installed in America by the end of the year 2016.
These systems are able to keep track of security systems, whole house temperatures, and even room monitors so that pet owners can watch what the family dog is doing when everyone else is away from the home. And while some of these services may seem a little unnecessary, they are, in fact, services that can save both time and money. For instance, did you know that on average, people with home automation systems can save as much as 20% on their homeowner’s insurance. For many policy holders, this can mean as much as $1,154 a year.
In addition, to saving money on insurance, home automation systems can also cut down on energy costs. when motion detectors can tell that the house is empty, for instance, thermostats can be readjusted, lights can be shut off, and appliances that may have been left plugged in can be shut of as well.
Besides allowing families to watch their favorite shows, home automation systems can monitor many other parts of a home and a family’s life.