Designing a smart home has become favoured as clients want a feature home that oozes class, style, and modern technology. HDL Mauritius is keen to explore the creative minds of the clients and to work in collaboration with industry experts and installers to allow the creation of fantastic smart buildings.
Smart home technology is economic, energy efficient and affordable. Controlling the home remotely, saving energy and the convenience of integrating multimedia devices has become the modern way to live and is popular among newly weds, business professionals and techie fans, as well as first time buyers, the elderly, children and busy people. HDL Smart home systems can be programmed to work around any lifestyle.
Also HDL home systems can be programmed to set scenes and create moods within your home inspiring different atmospheres for different moods. For example, you can create a function called “cinema” and the home will respond by drawing the curtains, dimming the lights and turning on the TV. Other functions include a “relax” function and with one touch of a button, selected lights will light, dim others and play soft music while LEDs softly change colour on a feature fireplace. All scenes are completely adaptable and custom programmed to suit the client’s needs.
Appliances can also be included in the HDL smart home system and be monitored from an app while you are at work or through a mobile phone. This feature is particularly handy if you have a forgetful client who is worried about hair straighteners or the rice cooker! With technology such as this, HDL Mauritius will ensure complete peace of mind. Monitor a wide range of aspects, from which lights are on, the current temperature, live footage from security cameras and all other programmed aspects of smart home technology.
HDL Mauritius takes advantage of automation technology and modern building techniques to give homeowners a new level of control. Smart homes may be built from scratch with automation as a key design goal, or constructed from existing homes during a major renovation. In both cases, smart homes offer several advantages over conventional homes.
Convenience is one of the biggest reasons that people build and purchase smart homes. These homes give users remote access to systems including heating and cooling systems, intercoms, music and multimedia devices throughout the home. Integrated hard drives allow homeowners to watch video or listen to audio in any room; video intercoms make it easy to communicate with others in the home or visitors at the door. All of these smart home technologies streamline common tasks.
Smart homes include advanced security systems with cameras, motion sensors and a link to the local police station or a private security company. Smart homes may also use key cards or fingerprint identification in place of conventional locks, making it harder for someone to break in.
For elderly or disabled residents, a smart home may feature accessibility technologies. Voice-command systems can do things like control lights, lock doors, operate a telephone or use a computer. Home automation allows an individual to set a schedule for automatic tasks like watering the lawn, removing the need to perform these labor-intensive tasks on a regular basis.
Smart homes offer enhanced energy-efficiency. Lights can shut off automatically when no one is in a room, and the thermostat can be set to let the indoor temperature drop during the day before returning it to a more comfortable level just before residents arrive in the evening. All of these automated tasks, along with modern, energy-efficient appliances, combine to save on electricity, water and natural gas, thereby reducing the strain on natural resources.
When it comes time to sell a smart home, sellers will have an abundance of effective selling points. Whichever advantage of a smart home appeals to a given buyer, the seller can explain the system and discuss how it makes life easier. Homes with automated systems have the potential to sell for much more than comparable homes with conventional technologies. Automating a home can be a worthwhile investment in increasing its market value and attracting possible buyers in the future.