Traditionally, electrical systems around the home are hard wired and planned during the early construction stages of a house build. However, modern home automation systems use wireless technology, so they can be easily fitted to any home. You can install it into your home at any time, without ripping up the carpets or drilling the walls.
Wireless home automation connects to your household appliances via low-power radio waves that travel through walls, floors and furniture. Appliances, lights and sockets can be easily converted to work wirelessly, and a huge range of sensors can detect movement, humidity, temperature, moisture, and pretty much anything else you can think of.
Why not control all lighting circuits and fittings from one central point, allowing you to set the scene in all areas.Read More