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All American Smart Homes


You say the word. We do the rest.
Now that's SMART!

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Aging in place 

Life is Lived Best at Home!

From physical disabilities to the challenges of aging, we help individuals live safely and more independently in their own homes.

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  • Stay safe with fall detection that does not require a necklace, watch or pull cord.
  • Be alerted if you forget to turn off the oven.
  • Get reminders to take your medication at the right time.
  • Share access to your security cameras with your loved ones.
  • Know when guests or caregivers enter or leave with a smart lock.
  • Reduce the risk of a fall with motion sensor smart lights.
  • Control your ceiling fans, shades, thermostat and lights with the press of a button or with your voice.
  • The lights flash, an alarm sounds and the family is alerted in case of fire or carbon monoxide.
  • And so much more!

A Helpful Home.

The SMART way to Age in Place

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Maintain Your Independence

Aging in Place is easy when you have a safe and secure home patterned around your needs.


Our Experts will customize an easy-to-use system to make your home helpful at any phase of life.

Ability to Add-on

Start simple with one or two products.  We can help you add more options at any time as your wants or needs change.


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I did not know how much I would enjoy all of my smart devices. Now I cannot imagine living without them.”

— Patti (86 yrs.)


“My mom has never used a computer. Now she easily runs her smart home and even shows me new things she has discovered.”

— Nicki S. (Dublin, OH)


“All American Smart Homes has helped us with our home and business. Now they are adding more technology that will make our retirement better.”
                                                                                                — Buck B. (Upper Arlington)


Not only is it much easier to see my new thermostat, I can change the temperature with my voice if I need to without getting out of bed.”

— James H. (Westerville)