Our Goals when Building Green:

• Higher Quality
• Increased Comfort
• Easier Maintenance
• Greater Savings
• Better Indoor Air Quality

A smart home appears "intelligent" because its computer systems can monitor so many aspects of daily living. Today's smart houses includeprogrammable appliances, light fixtures and security systems that can call the police for the homeowner. Smoke and carbon monoxide alarms can not only notify a homeowner of a fire or gas leak, but can pinpoint the source as well. Voice-recognition software even allows a homeowner to control the entire house with verbal commands.

However, smart home technology is real, and it's becoming inc.reasingly sophisticated and popular. Coded signals are sent through the home's wiring to switches and outlets that are programmed to operate appliances and electronic devices in every part of the house.

Watch this simplified one day experience video at Smart Home Villa showing: Wakeup mode, Bedtime Mode, Visitor Mode, party Mode, Away Mode, Energy Saving, and Remote Home Control.

Combining sustainable aspects of constructing a house along with the smart home technology is the future of the housing industry. The houses will not only be green, but also further reduce carbon emissions through effective use of appropriate smart home technology devices.

Lighting, temperature, audio/visual, irrigation, security, locking and the garage door are all part of the Smart Home ststem. All these aspects of your home can be remotely controlled on an Ipad, smart phone or internet. Our clients can unlock their home, open the garage door and turn on the lights while relaxing in the Caribbean.

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