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Home Automation

Home automation is also referred to as Systems Integration.  In order to automate your home, each system must be integrated with each other system. 

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We will listen to your needs very closely and choose a system and components that exactly meet your requirements and budget.

A home automation system will fully integrate all the sub-systems in your home: lighting, blinds, security, heating/cooling, audio, phone, network, video, irrigation, and home theater.  Total systems integration allows the following to be possible:

  • Press 1 button when you go to bed that turns off all lights in the basement and on the first floor, arms the security system, alerts you if the garage door is not closed, makes sure the outside lights are on,  turns off the TV and any other A/V component that is on. 
  • When the doorbell button is pressed, do 1 or more of the following:
    • mute the whole-house audio system
    • flash lights
    • display the front door camera on a TV
    • turn off the central vac
    • ring all phones and allow you to talk to the visitor from any phone
  • Mute the whole-house audio system when the doorbell button is pressed and then display the front door camera on a TV.
  • Mute the whole-house audio system when the phone rings.
  • Turn off the central vac system when the phone or doorbell rings.
  • Automatically turn on lights when you enter a room.
  • Know when you are not home, turn on outside lights when it gets dark, if you are still gone when it gets dark then turn on and off inside lights in order to give your house a lived-in look, varying the times that this occurs randomly from day to day. 
  • Use a Wi-Fi enabled laptop, PDA, or webpad to monitor and control devices from anywhere in the home.
  • Use the same handheld remote you use for all your a/v equipment to also send commands to your system, such as "all lights on 2nd floor off", or to activate a lighting scene, or to lower the projector screen from the ceiling.
  • Turn of the A/C when any window is opened.  Turn it back on when all windows are closed, but only if it was turned off because of someone opening a window. 
  • Give your cleaning service a unique security code that only works during certain times of day and days of the week.  This code can also be logged so you know when the cleaning service arrived and left.
  • Announce callers by speaking their name and/or number, or by displaying their name and/or number on a TV or PC or other monitor. 
  • Display your CD or movie collection on any TV for easy music or movie selection from any room.

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  Whole-house audio
Listen to music throughout your home.  Listen to the same music everywhere, or choose something different in each room.

Assistive Technology

Take control of your environment.  Use your voice, sip & puff switch, head mouse, buttons, or any other input device to control anything in the home.

Use scene lighting to instantly set the mood in a room or area of the house.  Use automated lighting to add convenience and security.
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