Home automation refers to the integration of your electrical equipment; giving you control over your electronic and motorised equipment (see home automation). Another term commonly utilised is the digital home. Automation in the home is often achieved via a centralised control panel or hub, which may or may not be portable. The primary goal is convenience, though it can also enhance the security/access to your home as well as contribute toward energy savings.
A consultation by a home automation installer will typically include a proposal that details the pricing and all options for customisation. This will be followed by the commissioning and installation of the system, backed up by onsite user training. Home automation is installed by an engineer and/or electrician, typically when a house is constructed or under renovation. This is because a significant amount of wiring is required, which is often installed in the ceiling, walls and floors of a building. There are also wireless options for home automation, though these tend to be installed in existing homes, where access is an issue.
Home automation can incorporate any number of electrical components, including:
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