molitor plumbing stockton il


(815) 745-2613



8072 East Rush Town Road, Stockton, IL 61085

(815) 745-2613

Stockton, IL

Residential Home Automation

Home Automation Installation

Residential Home Automation

Smartphones have been around for over 10 years, and they dominate how we interact with others. Smart technology can help our homes run more efficiently. You have simple automation devices in your home right now. Your basic thermostat will adjust to whatever temperature you’ve preset. Heating and cooling can be 40 percent of your home’s energy cost, so now is the time to think about saving on monthly utility bills.

Whatever your needs may be, we invite you to explore which automated devices are right for your home. The nice part is you can pick and choose among some highly practical devices. An electronic smart thermostat can range on sale from $90-$250, but it can save from 12-23% on gas and electric bills.

We make your home become a smart Home!

You don’t have to be tech savvy to save money or be more comfortable in your home. All you need is a connection to power and your home’s internet router. A smart way to start is with options for a home control hub that connects all your smart devices through voice or wireless remote control. Our skilled field techs can offer one or more options, such as a hub starter kit, to begin making your home a whole lot “smarter,” and not bust your budget.


What Can Smart Technology do for your home?

By integrating these smart home features into your plumbing and HVAC systems, you can enhance efficiency, reduce utility costs, and have greater control over the comfort and safety of your home.

Leak Detection and Water Shut-Off Systems

Smart home technology can provide advanced leak detection and water shut-off capabilities for your plumbing system. Sensors placed in strategic locations, such as near sinks, toilets, and water heaters, can detect leaks or abnormal water flow. When a leak is detected, the system can send an alert to your smartphone or trigger an automatic shut-off valve to stop the water flow and prevent further damage. This feature can save you from costly water damage and provide peace of mind, especially when you’re away from home.

HVAC System Automation

Smart thermostats and HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) control systems allow you to automate and optimize your home’s heating and cooling. These systems can learn your preferences and create personalized schedules based on your usage patterns and occupancy. You can remotely control and monitor your HVAC system through smartphone apps or voice commands. Some smart thermostats also have advanced features like geofencing, which detects when you’re leaving or approaching home and adjusts the temperature accordingly to save energy.

Energy Monitoring and Efficiency

Smart home technology can provide detailed energy monitoring and efficiency features for your plumbing and HVAC systems. You can track and analyze your water and energy usage through smart meters and connected devices. This data helps you identify wasteful usage patterns and make informed decisions to conserve resources. For example, you can receive real-time insights on your water consumption and identify potential leaks or inefficient fixtures. Additionally, some smart systems can provide suggestions for optimizing energy usage based on your usage patterns, weather forecasts, and local utility rates.