“Alexa, turn on the lounge room TV” or “Hey Google, turn the kitchen light on to 85%”. As the experts in home automation in Newcastle, we can customise your new system to suit your requirements. Whether it be for a single room or a whole house – We’ve got you covered!
Our experts have completed a large number of homes and businesses locally which are all experiencing what true automation can do.
Next time you come home late at night, you can ensure that when you drive up to your house that the garage door will open, garage lights will turn on and a path of lights will turn on to your lounge room.
Gone are the days where a home automation system was only for a new house or for the rich, we’re able to retrofit existing house and renovations with minimal impact which would mean minimal cost to you.
A well-designed home automation system should include the following;
- Lights, fans, heated towel rails.
- TV’s, Blu-ray players.
- Climate control & Air conditioning systems
- Motorised shades, curtains and blinds.
- Alarm system and security cameras.
- Roller doors and door locks.
- Multi-room audio.
- Pool pumps/spa baths and irrigation systems.
- Communicate via the intercom system, including the front door.
Anything that has a switch can most likely be controlled from an automation system.
Benefits Of Home Automation Systems
When you leave the house for work and you press “away mode” from the wall keypad or your smartphone, you can ensure that any lights or fans left on are now turned off, the TV is also turned off, the air conditioner is also turned off and most importantly that the alarm system is armed. All of this is accomplished by just pressing one button. Another feature that people tend to forget is the irrigation system. Another feature is that if it starts to rain, the irrigation system will automatically turn off.
As the local experts, we are certified in the award-winning ELAN Automation System, URC Automation system and Z-Wave systems.
For more information about Home Automation systems, please see out blog page here
And as a CEDIA (Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association) member, you know you’re in the right hands.