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Save energy and make your home “smart” with Xfinity Home

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As New Mexico households gear up for another hot and busy summer, it’s a great time to consider adding Xfinity Home service. With Xfinity Home Control, customers can experience “smart home” features like video monitoring and the ability to either schedule or remotely access lighting and thermostat controls, without the professional security monitoring offered with Xfinity Home Secure.

Xfinity Home Control provides customers with the ability to get real-time text and email alerts when doors and windows open or close; watch live streaming video of their home via wireless cameras; and manage home devices including lights and thermostats remotely or by using automated schedules.

Additionally, with EcoSaver™, customers can potentially reduce energy use and save money on utility bills year-round. When paired with an Xfinity Home thermostat, the cloud-based EcoSaver™ service learns the unique heating and cooling patterns of a home and makes automatic and incremental adjustments to the thermostat based on real-time weather data, the thermal characteristics of the house and the temperature preferences of the occupants. The homeowner maintains full control over the thermostat. Over time, the system adapts to user inputs to help reduce energy use while keeping the home comfortable. Additionally, customers can manage controls and view savings over time in easy to understand charts by logging into their Xfinity Home subscriber portal.

To learn more about Xfinity Home Control and its many features, visit



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