Smart Home Automation

Smart Home Automation isn't a fad. Smart homes are here to stay. Here at All-Systems Electric of Bend, OR, we partner with innovative companies like Control4 and Lutron for automation hubs. It's pretty much a given that a modern home will have features like a smart thermostat, but have you considered automated shades or window coverings? You can depend on us from the very beginning of the design process, from the wiring to the installation of the plugs and panels.

The smart home industry is rapidly changing with every passing year. Products like Amazon Echo and Google Home are examples of artificial intelligence that many of us already have in our homes. The adoption of technology is becoming less and less of a roadblock. Integrated devices have become very common. There are currently 40 million smart speakers in American homes. Living rooms are practically replete with them. Why not bring your home into the 21st century with All-Systems Electric?

Green Homes

If you're looking for a true central Oregon green building electrician, look no further! Green builders in Central Oregon, rely on us for all their wiring needs.

We are committed to providing the most energy-efficient and environmentally responsible product in Bend, Oregon.
  • Completed LEED Platinum house and various energy star levels for numerous builders.
  • Can provide information and complete energy efficiency requirements.
  • Good at collaborating with others on green building practices.
  • Available/in stock are a number of energy-efficient lighting fixtures.

Best Practices for Greening from the Ground Up
  • Be sure to include windows in the lighting plan before deciding where electrical light should be placed.
  • Consider using compact fluorescent lamps or light-emitting diodes instead of incandescent bulbs.
  • Buy energy-efficient appliances.
  • On electric lights, install dimmer switches, timers, or motion-sensing switches.
  • Plug electronic devices with standby features into a power strip that can be turned off when not in use.
  • Consider lighting plans that match the light source with the anticipated use of the space - task lighting rather than glaring overhead lights, for example, or lights that can be adjusted to suit the situation.
  • Electrical resistance heating should only be used for heating small spaces on a temporary basis, in rooms used only occasionally, or as a backup in an energy-efficient home.