Housing automation, according to the experience of our users, can happen at any time. During the construction of the apartment, during the renovation of the apartment, but also just when you arranged the apartment, you got together, and realized that you still need a little more help "on the click".

If we look at this as one big project, home automation starts with a meeting with our team. Future users then have the chance to see and test all the elements of the Smart Home offered, to ask all the questions about automation and to go through mini training so that they can successfully use all the elements of automation from the first day.

How are Smart House installations installed? At DaiBau, they perfectly described this process: "Smart home PZI plans are quite different from classic PZI plans, so it is necessary for designers to know how to approach the construction of all parts of the project. It is easier to install smart installations than classic ones. This is because the system is centralized and unified, so there is no need to run more individual control units or more separate water supply systems. Therefore, the whole Smart House concept does not prolong or slow down construction, on the contrary. "

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Automation equipment may include:

user interface (voice, application, panel, sensors)
• dimmers so that users can reduce and increase the intensity according to their needs
• relays for switching on/off lighting, sockets, boilers, pumps
• heating and cooling modules
• modules for blinds and curtain motors
• flood and smoke detectors
• power supply for the entire Smart Home system as well as other equipment in accordance with the client's wishes

The listed automation equipment can be implemented completely in the project, but also, you can select only the segments you want. Of course, some pieces of equipment are interdependent, but the good news is that you don't have to worry about it.

After you tell us your idea of your Smart Home, we will suggest you more ideas. Our experience and the experience of our partners has enabled us to provide advice on equipment selection. After selecting the equipment, we are at your disposal for additional requirements, questions, installation of additional equipment and technical support.

We will also suggest the right time to install automation equipment. Depending on which component you are installing, the ideal time to install automation equipment is:

1. Period of construction of the house/apartment:
It can be one of the most economical solutions. It is important to note that the residential building will be completed in the normal course, because automation will not affect the extension of works. For example, this means that tenants will not wait a day longer to move into their new, smart apartment. 2. House/apartment renovation period
Since this period is often stressful for tenants, it is good to know that the implementation of selected elements for automation alone will not affect the extension of works. Implementation is quick and easy, and you will be able to have your renovated smart apartment very quickly.

3. Adding elements of automation to finished apartments outside the renovation period
For example, let's say you want to add dimmers to your smart apartment. They will allow for a really large range of lighting control. In addition to the fact that dimmers directly affect electricity consumption, lighting automation will certainly be useful because it will save your time that you previously used to turn off all the lights in rooms that you do not use at the moment. The installation process itself can be completed in just a few hours.

Automation equipment in circulation can enable:

• device activation and control from a remote location
• assigning control levels to users (eg children will have limited control)
• smart security system
sound system adjustment and control
• receive alerts and notifications (application, voice, sms)
• set device activations for specific time intervals
• control of ramps, gates, garage doors
• control of heating, underfloor heating and cooling
• ventilation system control
• air quality control
• adjustment and control of lighting and light intensity
• running a scenario using a presence sensor
• control of sensors for temperature, humidity, rain, soil moisture
control of electricity and water consumption
• dependence of device activation on the weather forecast
• control of the irrigation system
• control of water, pool or sauna temperature maintenance systems
control of blinds, awnings and pergolas
• electronic inspection of the entire facility
• creating multiple scenarios