Home Design


Automated processes often mean less stress and can give you more time to focus on doing the things you enjoy and being with the ones you love. Even if you aren’t consciously attuned to the rapidly emerging proliferation of smart technology in homes, it’s here. Just take a moment to consider how many devices you have in your household: smartphones, tablets, televisions, laptops, computers and more.


Smart lighting can program lights to come on before you arrive home or even while you are away on holiday so it appears as if someone is in the house. Some lights have motion sensors and features such as the Philips Hue Go, which has a multitude of colours and lighting effects.

Clever blind and awning automation allows you to control the natural light entering a room. You can operate a window covering via a remote control, sensor, tablet,

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