Meet us at Light + Build 2018, Frankfurt

Are you visiting Light + Building, one of the world’s largest Lighting and design trade shows in the world?

From 18 – 23 March, companies from around the world share their products and innovations at Light + Building, giving us a taste of what is in store for the rest of the year. For home automation, this includes seeing where technology is going to take us this year, and what the newest trends are going to be.

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Home of Technologies launches ‘Hotbox’ – The One Box That Controls All Your Heating and Cooling.

After years of careful development and planning, Home of Technologies has launched a new product to the UK market – Hotbox. It controls all the heating and cooling in a property with just one central box.

What are the benefits?

  • INTEGRATION – HOTBOX natively integrates with KNX and other BMS systems.
  • CONTROL – Control all heating and cooling in one place – from underfloor to standard.
  • SELF COMMISSIONING – No lengthy or complicated commissioning process.
  • EASE OF USE – Any electrician can install the system. Easy configuring for integrators.
  • USER FRIENDLINESS – Standalone system app control. Can be configured and maintained with ease.

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Home of Technologies at Essential Install Live

Visit our stand 82 at Essential Install Live! South

We are proud to announce that we are going to exhibit at the Essential Install Live! South 6-7 July. Stand no 82 – Home of Technologies.

You will be able to meet our experts including our training centre’s tutor and company’s director Rafal Borek, who has more than 15 years of experience in the industry and will be open to discussing project of any size.

If you are interested in beautiful looking home automation devices, then we will have a treat for you. Our stand will feature top devices from all our core brands – Tense, Divus, CJC Systems and eelectron.

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Thank you for visiting our ‘Lifestyle Solutions’ stands

Last week was one of the busiest and most exciting weeks in our company’s history. We presented 2 stands in 2 trade shows during one week. It was a bit of a challenge for us at first, but we managed to pull it off with great success judging by your wonderful responses.

At our stands we met many interesting people during both exhibitions – from amazing architects and consultants to contractors and lovely people renovating their own homes. We wish to thank you for visiting our stands, but in case you didn’t you can read below a small recap from each of the shows we exhibited.

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Home of Technologies joins CEDIA association

CEDIA, the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association, is the international trade organisation for the home technology industry with over 3,500 member companies worldwide. Built upon a strong volunteer foundation, CEDIA provides access to industry-leading education, certification, research and raises consumer awareness.

We are proud to become members of the CEDIA association that brings us not only a great endorsement, but also access to various membership programs, certifications, events and training. At the end it’s our customer who will benefit most because we will be able to provide even better up-to-date service and fine tune your project with utmost confidence and flexibility if needed.

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Home Automation Low in the UK But Set to Grow Extensively

Home and Building Automation Company Home of Technologies is Poised for Growth in the UK Market

London, United Kingdom, 29/07/2015: The home automation sector in the United Kingdom is set to grow in spite of the fact that it is seen as one in its infancy stage at the moment when compared to the rest of the developed European countries like Germany, Belgium, and the Netherlands or the United States.

Home automation is popular in small households as well as large corporate buildings in many European countries. But the United Kingdom has been quite slow in adopting the new automation technologies and standards. However, there are quite a number of companies, such as the Home of Technologies, that are emerging and moving home automation in the UK to a whole new level. These companies are making use of the UK’s growth potential in this industry and developing technologies that are readily available to end-users. They are also entering into contracts with distributors from Europe in a bid to provide services that literally stand out.

The government is, on the other hand, recognizing the many benefits of home automation and, as a result, it is requiring energy companies to set up 53 million gas and electricity meters in 30 million domestic and smaller non-domestic properties.

According to the Department of Energy & Climate Change, many households will have smart meters installed between 2015 and 2020. But the households and companies that have their buildings already automated are already ahead of this and are enjoying the lots of benefits that come with home automation. On the same note, Francis Kolms, marketing director at Home of Technologies, said: “Apart from the convenience of controlling and monitoring all lighting, heating and security from one device, home automation also brings huge savings in energy, hence reducing the costs significantly over medium to long term.”

Home of Technologies, a company that majorly deals with KNX home automation product distribution, supporting and providing solutions for installers, developers, architects and stakeholders in this industry, is set to exhibit in four forthcoming trade shows including 100% Design in Olympia, London, UK Construction Week and Homebuild and Renovating shows.