Frequently Asked Questions
What is Home Automation?
Home automation is the residential and or commercial extension of building automation and involves the control and automation of lighting, heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC), appliances, and security.
Modern systems generally consist of switches and sensors connected to a central hub sometimes called a "gateway" from which the system is controlled with a user interface that is interacted either with a wall-mounted terminal, mobile phone software, tablet computer or a web interface.
Who needs Home Automation?
EACH and EVERYONE needs a Tech Home!
Q.1 Am living in a SMALL House!
Our technology grows with you. Start Small and grow with your house.
Q.2 Am living in a RENTED house!
Yes! Just like you pack and go with your TV, HiFi Systems or your bed, you will simply pack your home automation equipment to the new home.
Q.3. My home is OLD!
Very well. We set you up where you are. We don't re-wire your house. Our technology is WIRELESS!
Q.4. Will I AFFORD this? Is it for the RICH?
We have a system for everyone. Just tell us what your greatest need is. We will build one for you.
Q.5. My house is UNDER CONSTRUCTION!
That makes it even better because we can build a Tech Home from scratch. Show us your Architect!
Why Home Automation?
…we rather talk about real life at home!
Let’s talk about people’s actual life in their homes – what they want and the many ways in which home automation can fit in with their daily routine and enhance their quality of life.
Point 1: Everyone’s different
Everybody has individual needs and ideas about life at home. Home automation can make a positive difference to anyone. What’s important is to know what’s available, and then to decide for yourself what you want.
Point 2: Life never stays the same
Our daily routines and life are constantly changing and so does how we use our homes. Wouldn’t it be nice if your home could easily adapt as your requirements change.
Point 3: Forget technology
Do you prefer to think about how you want to live, rather than exactly what technology you’d like to be surrounded by? Don’t be lead astray, instead keep focusing on functionality.
Point 4: Don’t be put off
Don’t let yourself be put off by the jargon spouted by experts. Your own house of the future can simply be a good thing which will give you great enjoyment and flexibility for years to come. It is not those experts that have to live in the house, but you!