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Lighting Control

A residential lighting control system provides a homeowner with the ability to control the lighting in a room or zone and to set a variety of lighting scenes in each area. Whenever home technology integration or home automation is discussed, lighting control is almost always included in conversation. Lighting controls not only provide for better task lighting, they also can be used to “set the scene” through their ability to to control the lighting levels in a given area or an entire house. On top of these benefits, a lighting control system, also saves you money by reducing energy costs and increasing lamp life.

Distributed Video

A distributed video system is a network of video source and display devices that are interconnected through a house’s structured wiring and a centralized service panel or facility. What a distributed video system can do is allow the output signals produced by a DVD, DVR, computer, satellite or cable box to be viewed in any room of the house that is connected to the system. No longer will each room need its own DVD, or cable box in order for multiple viewers in multiple rooms to view same programs.

Distributed Audio

The ability to have high-fidelity (Hi-Fi) music in every room of a home is not limited to owners with unlimited budgets. With existing technology, the cost of installing a whole house audio system has fallen to the point where such a system can be a reality for virtually any homeowner.

Installing a distributed audio system, one that distributes audio throught the house, allows anybody to virtually replicate his or her audio source equipment (iPod, CD, internet radio, etc.) into every room of the house.

Structured Wiring

If you haven’t figured it out, structured wiring is a primary element of a home technology integration or home automation project. Even without installing automated systems and controls, structured wiring makes sense if all that it is used for is distributing telephone, audio, video, or data networking systems.

Whatever you do, if you’re building a new home, or just remodel, we strongly suggest that you prewire your home. Even if you don’t plan any projects in the near future, the prewiring step is smart. Wiring on a finish home is way more costly and might not even be possible at all.

Security Systems

Numerous studies have shown consistently that the homes with the most risk of crime typicaly have the least protection. And in a significant percentage of these homes, there is no protection or warning systems installed, beyond door locks and fencing, that is. Those homes that do have some form of protective system, commonly have some form of burglar alarm, but even this is only common in more expensive homes.

Of course, protection is the main purpose of a security system. However, the primary benefit of a residential security system is not necessary protection, but rather the peace-of-mind that comes from having a security system installed. The type and technology of a security system should be fitted to the home, lifestyles, and the level of protection desired.

The basic idea behind the inclusion of a home security system is to protect the home’s occupants and their belongings. The design of a home security system must secure any possible point of entry into a home, detect any breach in that security, and notify and alarm the home’s occupants and any desired outsiders such as monitoring services or family and friends should there be a breach of security.

When the security system interfaces with a home control system it adds safety and gives the homeowners and occupants peace of mind.