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Making it a smart home

Wednesday, 9th January, 2019 5:06pm

Consumers will have the opportunity to try before they buy and chat to the team on how to make their home smarter and the benefits this will have on their lives and those of their loved ones.

Smartzone has announced the launch of its first pop-up, the Smart Home Experience Centre, in Douglas Court Shopping Centre.

Smartzone say they protect the home inside and out, giving control and protection back to the homeowner. Through one app homeowners can easily control the home, whether at home or abroad, helping them to keep the home safer, smarter and more efficient.

Founder and CEO Justin Mc Inerney said: “In this digital era we now live, new possibilities are continually emerging for consumers. The public are not demanding smart, they are expecting smart! We are delighted to be the first company in Ireland to offer smart home as a service, and we are fully intent on disrupting the market here in Ireland.”

With the app and the associated smart tech devices which can be installed throughout a home, users can:

See a visitor as they approach their home via a smart doorbell which has both video and audio functionality.

Open and close your front door from your smart device.

Manage appliances with ease via smart plugs and switches.

Manage your hot water and heating, both upstairs and downstairs independently with the simple touch of a button from any smart.

Help your aging loved one live independently with easy voice controls for lights, thermostats and more, while sensors enable mapping of daily habits which will alert any unusual activity.

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