Welcome to Home Automation Systems, a Vivint Authorized Dealer in Utah.
We are your premiere stop for Smart.home, home surveillance, home security and home automation in Utah. We specialize in custom solutions to fit your family or businesses wants and needs.
Where Comfort and Technology Meet: The Vivint.smarthome.
HD Home Automation Systems offers design and installation of home automation and control systems throughout all of Utah. From the screen of your I-phone or Android you can manage your home environment or security system easier than you order pizza. With award winning devices home management has never been more simple or affordable. Take control of your home, it doesn’t matter if you are skiing in Alta, or golfing in St. George, home management is always at the tip of your finger.
Sleep Tight, Don’t Let the Crime Bug Bite With Vivint Home Security
Living in Utah and looking for home security? Look no further than locally based Vivint. HD Home Automation Systems is an Authorized Vivint retailer for Utah. Vivint home security systems provide around the clock protection for you and your family. We provide much more than security for your home and possessions. We provide a peace-of-mind. Nothing makes you feel more vulnerable than a crime committed at home. Once that peace-of-mind is lost, it is difficult to get back. Call us today and prevent that feeling before it happens.
Vivint is authorized to install and provide security services in all fifty states, and three countries. With decades of security experience Vivint provides a professional touch and always ensures that home and business security expectations are met. HD Home Automation Systems and Vivint believe in honesty, integrity and hard work. We strive to meet all of our customers needs.
Generic Utah Facts
The Beehive State
84,899 Square miles 13th largest state.
Salt Lake City
ADMISSION TO UNION
January 4, 1896 45th state admitted to the Union.
RANDOM FUN FACT
Utah is the only state with a majority population belonging to a single church.
People of Utah
Over 65: 10.3%
Under 18: 30.5%
African American: 1.3%
Native American: 1.2%
Utah was first discovered by Europeans when Spanish explorer Juan Antonio de Rivera arrived in 1765. In the late 1700’s and early 1800’s more people arrived, mostly fur trappers, the most popular were Jim Bridger, Jedediah Smith and John C Fremont who made detailed maps and notes.
In the mid 1800’s a religious group fleeing prosecution from people back east fled to Utah where they settled. Over the next several years Utah had grown to more than 11,000 Mormons. Because of the religious practice of Polygamy the mormon leaders had several disagreements with the U.S. Government, which delayed Utah becoming a state until 1896.