The RoseWater Energy Hub
The RoseWater Energy Hub is widely considered the most intelligent residential energy solution on the market today. It offers a seamless, cost-effective total system integration solution using a dual inverter system with solar input that blends power conditioning, backup, and renewable energy management into one pre-assembled, configured and integrated platform; in essence transforming the electrical system in place into a self-sustaining microgrid.
Green Home Technology
Sustainability is key to a smart home automation system that runs smoothly and reduces your carbon footprint. Dimmable lighting, motorized window shades, HVAC and more can help your Jupiter, FL property lower the impact on the environment. And to truly “go green” you’ll need a system in which every component works together. We work with LEED certified architects, designers and builders to craft a smart home that helps you save energy.
Keep an eye on your energy usage with intuitive, easy-to-use energy monitoring software. Your smart home can help you manage your energy consumption, identify pain points and automatically alert you to potential overuse. You can even set limits on your system’s usage, so it won’t waste energy even when you’re away.
When the Stuart, FL sun starts shining in the summer, you’ll be relying heavily on your HVAC system. Unfortunately, that can quickly drive up energy costs. Smart climate control features help you keep track of your energy usage and set limits on how much your HVAC system consumes. As part of a total home automation system, your integrated thermostat can communicate with lights, shades and more to maintain a constant, comfortable temperature and a manageable energy bill.
Motorized Window Treatments
Most heat transfer your home experiences comes through the windows. Don’t suffer from solar heat gain, damaging UV rays or lack of privacy. Motorized window shades are an important part of any home automation system. Not only do they block the sun, they can also help you insulate your home to reduce your reliance on the thermostat.
Never forget to turn the lights off when you invest in integrated occupancy sensors. When you enter a room, your sensors alert your home automation to spring into action. The thermostat adjusts, the shades lower, the lights raise or dim. You don’t have to constantly adjust each room to fit your comfort level. Your home automation system can do the work for you.
A house isn’t a home without a lighting control system, but that doesn’t mean you have to waste energy to illuminate your spaces effectively. Smart lighting is a great place to start when you want to lower your monthly expenses. From one-touch controls to occupancy sensors, to efficient LED fixtures, upgrading your smart lighting control system can have a big impact on your carbon footprint.
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