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Smarter Protection for Your Home

Your home is more than just a roof over your head. It’s where dreams grow and memories are made. It’s where some of your most cherished, valuable possessions are kept, and it takes a lot to keep it all protected.

At American Family Insurance, we’re committed to helping with that. Equipped with the latest smart home  devices,  you can proactively protect and monitor your home from anywhere at any time. In fact, if you install qualifying smart home products, we’ll reward you with savings on your homeowners insurance.

Want to learn more about smarter home protection? We’re here to help.

What is Smart Home Technology?

First things first, what does it mean to have a connected home? It’s quite simple!

Smart home protection connects devices and sensors installed around your house. They can notify you of problems before they happen by monitoring things like temperature, humidity, and air quality.

And the best part? They're great for emergency situations, too. These devices communicate through your smartphone or tablet.  Get alerts for water leaks, fire, intruders and unexpected movement in your home. No matter where you happen to be, you’ll always know when the unexpected occurs.

How does smart home technology work?

To get your home connected, you’ll need a few essentials:

  • Devices, appliances, alarms and sensors that connect and communicate
  • Internet service for your home
  • Internet-connected phone or tablet

After placing your devices where you want them and powering them up, you'll want to get them connected. Some devices may connect using your phone line, others connect through Wi-Fi. This may mean downloading an app to your phone or tablet to manage the device.

Consider investing in a secure Wi-Fi home network if you plan on using smart home devices.

Popular Smart Home Devices

Not sure where to begin with smart home tech? Here are a few kinds of devices to get you started. Not only will they help keep you protected, they may qualify for a smart home discount on your insurance.

  • Door sensors
  • Window sensors
  • Flood sensors
  • Smart smoke detectors
  • Motion sensors
From smart locks to smarter doorbells, smart home technology has paved the way for safer, more secure homes.
How can water damage at home be prevented? Smart water leak detection devices give you the heads up you need to steer clear from the unexpected.
Looking for ways to save money at home? Lowering your energy consumption with smart devices can be a great way to shave down your bills.
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Safe, Secure, Smart Home Discount

Save money by installing a qualifying smart home device or protective home system.

Become Empowered with Smart Home Technology

Smart home technology not only ups the cool factor of your home, it also helps proactively protect the things that matter most so you can stay focused on your dreams. From preventing water leaks to warding off potential intruders, it’s smart to go smart. Learn more about the benefits of smart home technology.

Not sure what devices to get or if you should even go smart with your home? We get it! With all the options and ever-evolving technologies, it can be hard to keep up. Check out our advice on moving towards a more connected home and learn more about the top smart home products that’ll be best for your family.

At American Family, we reward your savvy behavior. If your home is equipped with qualifying smart home devices, you may be eligible for a savings of up to 5% with our smart home discount.*

Looking for DIY advice for smart home device setup? Our installation guide for beginners will walk you through the basics. You’ll be on your way to a safer, more efficient home in no time.

*Discount and savings amounts and eligibility will vary. Some restrictions apply. Discounts may vary by state, property policy form and company underwriting the homeowners policy. Discounts may not apply to all coverage on a property policy. 

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