It’s essential to consider your home technology requirements prior to building your new home or renovating. That is why Intelligent Home has partnered with Perth’s builders to offer obligation free design consultations. Navigating through products can be confusing, so we give you the opportunity to get hands-on with the latest tech in our state of the art showroom conveniently located in Osborne Park. During your consultation we will design your home cabling solution as well as recommend smart, connected products to create your own intelligent home. Designing your system correctly will give you the flexibility to expand or reconfigure as your needs change, without re-wiring your home.
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Smart home tech is changing the way we live. The benefits of technology in the home are virtually endless, and the rapid adoption of smart home tech proves that customers are in love! From waking up, to cooking, and answering the door, activities at home are so much more fun and convenient with smart home tech. Just think of the things we can do today with smart home gadgets: We can monitor home security systems from across town when we're stuck at the office. We get push notifications and video when visitors approach our front door, and we can communicate with them without even opening the door. We can control lights all around our home with a simple voice command.
You’ve moved house and now your old 40” TV just doesn’t cut it anymore. What you'd really like is a bigger wall mounted TV and to somehow make those cables disappear. One of our customers recently purchased an existing home that featured a beautiful floating cabinet in the living area. Unfortunately their existing TV and power points were located in an awkward position, away from the TV. This meant that their 40” Samsung TV was tabletop mounted with cables tracing the outside of the cabinet to the connection points. Our customer then asked us one of our most frequently asked questions, “How can I wall mount my new TV and make the cables invisible?”.
Did you know that more than 90% of the information generated on the internet (or cloud) was done so in the last 2 years? Key drivers behind these staggering statistics is our insatiable appetite for new on-line entertainment services such as Netflix, You Tube, Catch up TV, Spotify and Apple Music, which now accounts for over 80% of all digital content on the internet. All of this is before we even consider the next digital chapter called the internet of things (IoT), which is evolving right before our very eyes, ears and fingertips. It will vastly affect how our homes work, how we work and live, and will revolutionise many areas of business and industry.