Lighting and Shading Solutions to Help You Go Green
TAGS: Daylight Harvesting | Ecofriendly | Energy Savings | Home Lighting Control | Lutron
If you’ve been following our blog, you know that adding different types of lighting fixtures to your indoor and outdoor spaces can save you time, effort and energy. But home lighting control offers plenty of ways to reduce the carbon footprint in your Delaware Valley property as well. Not only do you get one-touch controls of the lighting, but additional benefits like motorized shading add beauty while reducing energy usage. Read on to find out more.
Get the Most out of Game Time With Integrated AV
TAGS: Home Media Room | Integrated AV | Multi Video Display | Smart Automation
For homeowners in the Jersey Shore, finding ways to relax on their property is essential. Whether they want to catch an MLB game, challenge their friends to a round of Madden or just chill with a movie, a home media room offers a versatile environment. Integrate everything from multiple video displays to hidden technology into your smart home system for convenient control of all your devices. Read on to learn more.
Streamline Service and Comfort With Integrated Technology
TAGS: Commercial Automation | HVAC | Restaurant Automation | Smart Automation | WiFi
The Philadelphia restaurant scene is among the quickest growing in the nation. Plenty of foodies are flocking to the City of Brotherly Love to take advantage of the culinary carnivals popping up around town. While that’s perfect for fans of food, it also means that your restaurant needs to stand out in the crowd. We might not be able to help you with the menu, but we can streamline service and simplify comfort in your eatery with commercial automation. Read on to learn more.
Cherry Hill Movie Buffs Deserve the Sharpest Picture
TAGS: 4K Ultra HD | custom home theater | Kaleidescape | Streaming Media
Think you’re getting the sharpest picture quality in your custom home theater? Maybe not. According to Akamai – a leading content delivery company – only 21 percent of U.S. homes have the bandwidth to support streaming Ultra HD content. That means that if you have the 4K TV, and you’re watching UHD content on Netflix, you’re likely not getting the best possible picture. But the good news is that an upgraded network is closer than you think. In this blog, we’ll show you how to ensure your home is getting the most out of 4K.