What you need to build a smart home package

Want to know what it takes to build a smart home? Unsure of what products to use and which brand to go down? Look no further than our essential guide to building a home of the future. We look at the basics of building a smart home and what products you can add to enhance your system.


Building A Smart Home

Smart Home Hub

Before we start trying to build a home with hundreds of smart plugs for every device possible and touch screens in each room, we need a smart home hub to integrate everything. With our Hub, connected simply using an ethernet cable (included with us) to a router, all of our smart home devices such as smart plugs, wireless thermostats and much more can be controlled anywhere, and at any time by using our free smart home app.

Using our free smart app, downloadable for both iOS and Android, you can control everything connected to your smart home hub. Your hub will also give you a location boost, as your coming home it will automatically turn on your heating, lighting and devices to your preferred settings. Nothing better than coming home to a warm home in winter!

Wireless Smart Switch

The wireless smart switch lets you connect via the smart app to provide switching any electric device with a mains supply. This is everything from controlling lighting, irrigation systems, air conditioners and electric radiators. You can also associate one or more wireless smart switches to our wireless digital thermostat to automatically activate or deactivate your heating depending on the temperature detected by the thermostat. Stay comfortable with temperature automatically set all the time.


Building A Smart Home - Smart Switch

Wireless Smart Relay

Using your wireless smart relay, connect and control your heating boiler, zone valves and air conditioning units. Used in conjunction with our smart app, you can control any system or electric device. While our smart switch controls your electric heating, your smart relay means you can control your heating from your boiler. Associate your smart relay with a smart thermostat too and control the heating in and around your home.

Wireless Smart Plug

Wireless smart plugs are one of the best features of building your smart home. The smart plug comes with a manual override function as standard, so you can decide when to turn appliances on and off. Smart plugs can be used to control any device of your choice. Control lamps, your TV, coffee machines or kettles, and so much more. There can be nothing worse then when your sat comfy and forgot to turn a light off, but now, simply load our smart home app and either turn lighting off or dim it. Smart plugs are truly one of the key parts in building your smart home.

It also provides real-time monitoring and records of electrical consumption. Using our smart home app, power and energy consumption is always available on a chart.

With the smart home hub using geo location, these smart plugs can be automatically be turned on and off. As you get a few miles from home, your smart plug controlling lamps and a kettle can be turned on ready for when you get home.


Building A Smart Home - Wireless Digital Thermostat

Wireless Digital Thermostat

The last key piece to building the perfect smart home. The wireless digital thermostat. You can manage winter heating and summer cooling in all domestic spaces adding one or many smart thermostats to your smart home bundle. The perfect temperature in every room, right at your fingertips!

Adding them is really easy too. Replace all your thermostats in a few minutes, you only need to replicate the pervious connections of two or three cables behind the old thermostats. You can put a wireless digital thermostat wherever you want and use it as a temperature sensor too.


Want to know where you can buy this smart home system?

Right here! Just follow this link to our shop! Get on your way to building your smart home and building a home of the future.

Building a smart home package

One thought on “Building a smart home package

  • 14th April 2019 at 12:29 am

    Great overview and help guide. Thanks.


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