Big houses with many rooms can consume a lot of energy. Family and guests might forget to turn off electrical switches. Also, basements and similar rooms consume a lot of energy even when there’s no one in them.
Generally speaking, your electricity bill will increase with the size of your house.
You can manage it all with a smart home automation system, but, you may be wondering, is working with such a system easy? Is it energy efficient? How exactly does it save energy?
A wide range of wired and wireless smart solutions are now available on the market. Seventy percent of these devices require human commands to function, thus these devices cannot be considered as intelligent as those that recognize when changes need to be made and make them automatically, without the need for any human intervention. In other words, the real magic happens when a product automatically and appropriately decides when to turn stuff off and on.
Other suppliers may be more advanced than TIS in that regard, but their products do not cover all types of smart home automation needs. Thus, their products must be combined with other companies’ solutions.
Automation wiring methods, especially for devices such as motion sensors, infrared emitters, contact sensors, thermostats, and other devices that should be linked to the main controller, require huge amounts of cabling, time, money, man power, and programming. Furthermore, full functionality and quality performance are not guaranteed in such a system, which is the common network among all the smart devices.
The TIS Smart Home Company can help you minimize project costs and optimize energy efficiency in the following ways:
The TIS group has automated more than 300 luxury villas and palaces in the Middle East. We believe luxurious life experiences can be congruent with an energy-saving lifestyle.