Smart Homz is dedicated to ensuring the safety and independence of aging homeowners.
Through smart devices and home modification we make it possible for seniors to safely live in their homes longer and stay more connected to the ones they love.
Smart technology is being used to ensure seniors are safely going about their daily routine. If anything seems off, whether it's a possible slip and fall, a smoke alarm going off or someone wandering in the night, loved ones can receive alerts real-time. Automating devices make it easier and safer for seniors.
Some examples Include: sensor triggered lighting, automatic stove shut off, voice command devices, keyless locks, motorized shades.
Stay engaged with activities, services, and everyone in the community.
A voice-activated daily assistant can control devices around the house, and make calling loved ones a breeze.
Fall detection is critical to senior safety, but in the event a fall occurs, early detection can be a life saver.
Smart Homz is here to aid in the changing of an individual’s environment so that performing
activities of daily living are easier, safer and support independence and dignity.
Physical modification would include reducing fall risks through grab bars, railing systems, improved lighting and removing trip hazards. One in four older Americans falls every year. There are many small, medium and large home modifications you can make that will eliminate as much fall risk as possible, allowing your senior loved one to age in place comfortably and safely.
Accessible housing is vital for the independence of people to enable aging in place. At Smart Homz, we have the experience, expertise and sensitivity to provide modifications to make your home safer, more accessible and better suited to your needs. We have the practical solutions that improve your quality of life.
We provide accessibility services from handicap ramps and door/hallway widening to accessible bathrooms, bedrooms and additions, automatic door openers, low-pile carpet/smooth flooring, easy-access closets and shelves, easily operated windows, lighting and emergency exits.
Every area of your home can be outfitted to ensure easy access and convenience.
As adults grow older, the homes they live in do as well. However, few homes are updated to accommodate a senior’s changing needs.
Home modifications can be as simple as changing water faucet handles from knobs to levers or as comprehensive as the construction of a 1-floor accessible living space.
By implementing home modifications that support aging in place, today’s seniors are able to maintain their independence and may save a substantial amount of money on senior living.