Future proof, does it exist and is it possible?

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When renovating or building a home is it really possible to design and install a  future proof  home or building? Firstly, let’s try to establish what people mean when they ask us to future proof their home or building.  We believe they essentially want the best return on their financial investment which is understandable. So after…

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Certified KNX Partner – the Worldwide STANDARD for Home and Building Control

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We are officially a certified KNX Partner KNX is approved as an International Standard (ISO/IEC 14543-3) as well as an European Standard (CENELEC EN 50090 and CEN EN 13321-1) and Chinese Standard (GB/T 20965). KNX is therefore future proof. KNX products made by different manufacturers can be combined – the KNX trademark logo guarantees their…

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What cabling do you need to install in your Smart Home?

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If you have read our blog on wireless, hopefully you can appreciate there is a need for smart home cabling and our preference to install cabling but what cabling do you need to install in your smart home? When we discuss smart home cabling we mean placing cables used for lighting, heating, security, audio/visual, automation…

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Wireless Smart Home?

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When considering whether you should cable your smart home or can you use wireless smart home, the simple answer is… if you have the opportunity to install cables, we recommend you cable. That’s not to say wireless solutions do not work, because they do. Also just because you choose to use wireless solutions it shouldn’t…

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Which Smart Home systems should I use?

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When we discuss Smart Home systems we the term “Systems” or more precisely “Sub-Systems” which may sound technical but all we are referring to are functions commonly found in homes. Functions such as Lighting, Heating, Security, Audio/Visual, etc., functions we all have in our homes. Where a Smart Home differs is that the sub-systems can…

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