Attend Our Control4 Webcast, Enter to Win Prize Package
Electronic House Webcasts presents a live event hosted by Control4 on April 6, 'Debunking the Myths: Getting Started with Home Controls' and one attendee will win a Control4 prize package.
Thinking about adding some home control systems to your electronic house? Maybe you’ve read a bunch of well-automated smart homes but still aren’t sure?
Then you should mark down Tuesday, April 6 on your calendar and set aside one hour that night. Electronic House will be presenting a webcast hosted by automation systems manufacturer Control4 titled “Debunking the Myths: Getting Started with Home Controls” beginning at 7 p.m.
It’s a live webcast event and it doesn’t cost anything to register. One attendee will even win a $1,000 Control4 prize package featuring the HC-200 Home Controller to help get them started on the road to intelligent home controls and convenient A/V access. Click here to register for the webcast.
From Control4, here’s a sample of how automation can enhance your daily life:
Imagine seamless integration of all electronics and systems throughout your house. Just one remote can easily control everything that’s important to you- whether it’s your door locks, lights, your temperature and energy controls, or even your audio/video system. With home controls you can customize your surroundings easily and efficiently to suit your every need with a touch of a button. What’s great about integrating a home control system is that you can get in with a small budget and expand as you go, and it doesn’t matter whether your home is 1 or 100 years old.
Sounds too good to be true? Think again! Home control systems are scalable solutions that can fit any size home, just about any application, type of construction, or lifestyle. Home control systems are modular, efficient, convenient and affordable. What it can do, how they work, and where you want to go with it – that’s all up to you.
Even if you can’t afford to outfit your entire home in one shot, you can take things a few steps at a time ... and once you add some automation, you’ll be amazed that you were ever able to live without it.
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