whole house options.

Home automation is a way to make your daily life easIer. Imagine a typical day at home, are there any devices you regularly turn on and off? 

Do you regularly adjust your home thermostat depending on what you're doing? Do you turn on yard lights each night? Can you turn on the yard lights if you hear noise from your bedroom? 

Those regular habits and activities are typically the best candidates for automation. Figure out which ones are most important to you, and you'll have a much better idea of what to look for in the smart home space.

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Music sent to a room in your home beyond your main TV room can be very affordable depending on the number of rooms you want to fill with music.

If you have your main TV room connected to a surround sound receiver system, you likely have a ZONE 2 channel that will send sound to a second room. Adding more rooms is always an option. We can even place speakers in the ceiling for a cleaner look throughout your house.

An alternative is to choose multi-room/ wireless audio systems that allow you extend your listening experience by adding more speakers that sit on the floor or a table.

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Smart lighting can be surprisingly helpful and can do some pretty cool things: turn off lights when you leave the house, turn on lights when you come home, create lighting scenes throughout the day or flash to notify you of events or new information (like the doorbell is ringing or today is trash day). Smart lighting makes lighting even more useful than normal.

You switch lights on or off each day and they can play an essential part in creating an ambience in a room. Some smart lighting solutions enable you to recreate an illusion that someone is home while away, while other solutions just mean you don't need to get up off the sofa to turn the lights off. Smart lighting systems can be controlled using the internet to adjust lighting brightness and schedules. It only involves changing a switch no rewiring the house.

cord cutting

lose the cable bill!

Cable TV was once the ultimate entertainment necessity. What they didn't factor in was the Internet. They were providing the gateway for services like Netflix, Hulu, Roko and Amazon Prime Video. The world has discovered what's become known as "cord cutting" - doing away with pay TV and using Internet-based services to get all your "television" programming.

All of these services require one media player. Inexpensive products for the small "stick" media hubs include the Google Chromecast ($35), Roku Streaming Stick ($44.99) and the Amazon Fire TV Stick ($39). If you're thinking about a larger unit that promises faster performance and perhaps even on-board storage, you want the Amazon Fire TV ($99) or Apple TV ($149.00). Another option for a media player is a new DVR with a built in player or most newer smart TVs have the media player built in.

Every single one of these products supports the holy trinity of cord-cutter video streaming apps: Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video.

For major networks you need an antenna to receive them over the airwaves in HD - you need an HD antenna. Modern HD antennas don't have to go on the roof of the house or look like you're signaling space. They're simple affairs you set up next to the TV or flat units you hang in your window or just outside the house.

A new player in this mix of services is KODI. KODI is an internet service that runs off an existing media player and provides free music, movies and streamed cable TV content.

All of these services can be tied together by our company to allow access in the same fashion as changing a channel.



In theory, to be an effective cord cutter, a minimum 5 Mbps download connection should be enough. If you've got that, you're likely on your way. 

In home automation and TV streaming the electronic backbone of any home today is the Wi-Fi network.  Routers and network equipment purchased 5 years ago is not going to meet the standards of today’s video streaming. 

If you have video stopping and then restarting you have a network problem. During our survey a full network analysis and possible upgrades will be proposed.



Basic home security systems, or burglar alarms, are typically wired to a central control panel in the home that will activate when windows or doors are opened while the system is armed. More advanced systems add fire and carbon monoxide alarms, motion sensors, glass-break detectors.

There are a lot of things you can do that would probably be more powerful than any home security system. Cheap and effective alternatives are quality deadbolts on doors, substantial window locks and motion-sensor lighting outside.

Another solution is to assure your home is secure with the addition of alternatives available through Control4 home automation systems.

  • Dead bolts on your main entry doors that lock after 15 minutes or remotely
  • Motion sensors that after a while send you texts of motion in the house
  • Time schedules that lock you home and close your garage door, if open
  • Video cameras that transmit to you cell phone



A smart thermostat can save you money on power, keep your home comfortable and even learn your habits and preferences. Two thermostats stand out because they will work with many systems and can be bought on the Internet or locally.


Both are smart enough to change the temperature for you at the right time so you’re comfortable. When you’re away from home, it’ll keep your home at an optimal temperature and provide status and control through your phone.  Both encourage you to save money and energy by providing usage reports by email. 

The big benefit though is their learning capabilities—it knows when you like to get up and makes sure the temperature is right when you do. It also automatically turns the temperature to where you like to sleep.  The Ecobee3 has the added feature of satellite sensors in rooms not having a thermostat that can sense humans and adjust the temperature in that room.

simple upgrades

we do those too...

Upgrades can normally be done in one day and add to the total home environment.

  • Mounting a flat screen on the wall and moving equipment to a hidden area.
  • Sound added to outside of the house.
  • Install video a camera with internet and phone monitoring
  • Upgrading and tune up of the Wi-Fi and home network



Here is a full list of all the services that we provide:

  • Home Automation
  • Lighting, Security, Cameras Integration
  • Home Theater
  • Universal Remote Control
  • Digital Signage - Monitor Installs
  • Head End Systems for Hotels
  • Sound proofing
  • Multi-Room Audio / PA Systems
  • TV and Projector Installs
  • Wifi Analysis and Installations
  • Cellular Repeaters
  • Structured Cabling
  • VOIP
  • Satellite Communications
  • Access control
  • LED lighting
  • Phone systems
  • Sports Bar TV & sound installations
  • Church sound, video and lighting
  • Stage equipment design and installation
  • Conference Rooms
  • Digital Signage
  • Distributed Audio & Video
  • Surveillance Cameras/Systems
  • DIRECTV install and support
  • CCTV
  • Boardrooms