When it comes to automating your home, choose a system that can bring unity to different technologies, saving you time and your home energy. 

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living room showroom with smart tech home automation

Image: Loxone 

The modern homeowner is bringing more and more technology into the home. However, while add-on smart home tech providers abound, there’s another way to automate functions such as lighting, heating, multimedia, entry and security that are better intertwined into the fabric of a property…

Why automate?  

More than just a trend or a novelty, there are plenty of benefits to installing a home automation system, whether you’re self-building or looking to retro-fit your home. Because you’re able to set systems to operate automatically, you’ll not only save time on everyday tasks, but you’ll also be able to contribute to the energy efficiency of your home. 

For example, your automated system would be able to register a rise in temperature on a sunny day and employ automatic shading to help keep the room cool before the space becomes overheated. 

kitchen showroom with smart tech home automation

Image: Loxone 

In total control 

While you need to set up off-the-shelf devices yourself and try to adapt them to work for your space while ensuring the different devices work together, Automate installs Loxone, which is a complete control system that takes care of automating everything in the home according to your requirements.

And, unlike many smart tech devices, the brains of the system are in the building, not in the cloud, offering you peace of mind that your data is safe and if the internet fails, your home doesn’t.

Loxone products make the most of the space they take up too, operating with multiple functions, such as light switches with built-in temperature sensors and motion sensors that can manage automatic lighting as well as monitor for intruders.

bathroom showroom with smart tech home automation

Image: Loxone 

Explore in VR 

If home automation is something that you want to explore further, Loxone London is opening the largest automation showroom in the UK in October 2020. If you can’t wait until then, or are still cautious about visiting in person, then Loxone London also has a virtual reality showroom available for demonstrations, so that you can be confident that this system will work for you and your home. 

For more information on Loxone’s home automation systems and to book a virtual tour, visit the Loxone London website

 

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