Home owner Julian Stone chats about the extensive refurbishment of his waterfront property that has been extended twice in previous centuries. He talks about how he came to choose the WebBrick smart home system and how it integrates the various control systems in his home, as well as how it fits into family life.
“This waterfront retreat is built in an idyllic location, with access primarily by water or a fifteen-minute walk through private woods from the nearest road. However this does mean there are no neighbours to keep an eye on the property while it is empty or to attend to any problems that may arise.
This led the developer to consider home automation technologies to provide the owners with remote monitoring and control of heating, security, lighting and other aspects of the building while they were away.
However to preserve the feeling of a secluded, natural retreat, they wanted all the technology to be completely hidden. So WebBrick Systems implemented a solution where the lights are operated by standard wall switches or dials and it all operates without any control panels or access devices built into walls. This arrangement is also beneficial for guests, as there are no new controls for them to learn.”
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