Entire Home Automation

With so much technology at our finger tips why not automate your residence. Home automation allows your facility to be at the convenience of your fingertips, this allows you to control your home or business from a phone, or tablet of your choosing. With so many different options in life this just gives you the possibility to control your home your way. Home automation (also known as domotics) refers to the automatic and electronic control of household features, activity, and appliances. Various control systems are utilized in this residential extension of building automation. With the broad selection of home automation products offered by Smarthome, you can control just about anything you wish in your home.

AC Control

Creative climate solutions from thermostats to fireplaces to help keep your home comfortable and energy efficient. Set the mood and atmosphere with customizable smart-home solutions like automated temperature control, occupancy-sensing lighting, and smart window coverings. Options are available to help you save no matter whether you have an advanced and up-to-date HVAC system or a single apartment window.

Shades & Curtains Control

Imagine opening or closing an entire wall of window treatments at the touch of a button, it’s possible. The perfect amount of light is allowed in throughout the day, creating rooms that are always as cool, comfortable and bright as you want them to be. One touch, from within your home or away from it, can recall the perfect lighting schemes for entertaining, relaxing, reading, watching TV or shutting everything off just before bed.

Lighting Control

A lighting control system is an intelligent network based lighting control solution that incorporates communication between various system inputs and outputs related to lighting control with the use of one or more central computing devices. Lighting control systems are widely used on both indoor and outdoor lighting of commercial, industrial, and residential spaces. Lighting control systems serve to provide the right amount of light where and when it is needed.[1] Lighting control systems are employed to maximize the energy savings from the lighting system, satisfy building codes, or comply with green building and energy conservation programs.

Audio & Video Equipment Control

The term receiver basically refers to an amplifier that has a built-in radio tuner. With A/V receivers the basic functionality is to receive an audio signal, amplify the audio signal, and allow pass-through of the corresponding video signal to a display device such as a projector or a television. As home entertainment options expanded, so did the role of the receiver. The ability to handle a variety of digital audio signals was added. More amplifiers were added for surround-sound playback. Video switching was added to simplify changing from one device to another. Within the last few years, video processing has been added to many receivers. The term audio/video receiver (AVR) or Home Theater Receiver is used to distinguish the multi-channel audio/video receiver (home theater receiver) from the simpler stereo receiver, though the primary function of both is amplification. AV receivers may also be known as digital audio-video receivers or digital media renderers. The AV receiver is classified as an audio frequency electronic amplifier. But with the rapid addition of several features, AV receivers now generally have significant additional functionality.

Pool & Spa Control

Imagine coming home to a warm, clean spa with jets bubbling and lights on, ready for you to enjoy after a long day at work. Or a pool whose pumps and filtration system ran during off-peak hours, saving you added hassle as well as a bundle on your energy bill. Automatic controls manage the features for your pool and spa; including: lights, pumps, filtration systems, chemical feeders, jets, heaters, and any other electrical component you may have incorporated in your landscaping.