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Smart Home Design

Welcome to the future of home living, where innovation meets comfort in the seamless integration of smart home design. In an era dominated by technological advancements, the concept of Connected Logics has revolutionised how we interact with our living spaces. At the heart of this transformation lies the power of automation—a choice that transcends mere convenience to redefine the very essence of modern living.

Embracing smart home design not only elevates the functionality of our homes but also enhances efficiency, security, and sustainability. Discover a world where your living environment adapts to your needs intuitively, making automation the right and logical choice for everyone seeking a harmonious blend of cutting-edge technology and everyday living. Welcome to a home that thinks, learns, and evolves with you. Our smart home automation designers are waiting to hear from you and offer you exceptional service.

Connected Logics Smart Home Design

Smart home design involves a thoughtful and systematic design process that integrates technology seamlessly into the architecture and functionality of a home. Here’s an overview of the key steps in the design process for creating a smart home:

Understanding Your Requirements and Objectives

Understand the specific needs and preferences of the homeowners. Identify areas where automation can enhance convenience, efficiency, and security. The consultation and design process will commence with a smart home designer fully understanding the project and identifying your needs and what you’d like to achieve.

As automation experts, we get involved in a project above and beyond visual technologies that you see on the surface to ensure all building services are designed to deliver a predetermined outcome. Many contractors work together to complete a project and they are only specialised in their trade and not the others. Throughout a project, we work closely with all contractors to bridge the knowledge gap of different trades and to ensure different systems are designed to integrate and complement one another. This avoids duplication of costs, installation of unnecessary control equipment and disintegrated system components.

Developing Specification

Following the above step, a Functional Specification Document will be developed. This document will detail how each system will operate and how you interact with different systems in all areas of your home. This document will detail the functions of all systems identified in your home such as Electrical, Lighting control, Audiovisual, Security, Access Control, Renewable Energy etc.

We will then review this document together and make any amendments if required. At this point, we will be able to provide a budgetary estimate of the project cost as well as a fixed fee to design all systems identified in the Functional Specification Document.

Designing Your Systems

Once we have fine-tuned the Functional Specification Document, we can then proceed to the design stage. During this stage, we meticulously select hardware, create plans, drawings, schematics, and schedules to deliver on our specification document. This phase also allows us to generate accurate and detailed project pricing per system.

The outcome of the design stage will be:

  • Detailed project pricing and hardware lists
  • Full set of project cabling infrastructure plans for all technology systems
  • Full set of cable summary documents per system
  • Load controller and switch schedule documents.
  • Comprehensive project system schematics

Beyond this point, the issued project technology plans will replace previous briefs and specifications and will be referenced throughout the project’s progress.

Implementation and Project Management

In the critical installation phase of your smart home project, we leverage the expertise of our highly trained workforce to translate our meticulously crafted specification and design documents into tangible realities.This will be a multi stage process starting with a cable rough in, followed by hardware installation and final configuration and commissioning.

Following the installation, our team will undertake the crucial task of configuring and commissioning all systems, meticulously testing and fine-tuning them to meet the highest standards of performance while referencing our Functional Specification Document.

Moreover, we recognise the complexity of the construction process and importance of planning and coordination with your builder and other trades working on your home. Our collaborative approach not only enhances the efficiency of the project delivery phase but also ensures the smooth integration of our installation phase into the broader construction plan of your home, ultimately leading to a successful project outcome.

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Why Do We Need To Follow A Design Process ?

Architects and Engineers choose electrical/electronic sub-system products to achieve stand-alone, area-by-area performance. Numerous contractors, including the electrician and home automation contractor, are appointed by the Builder after the architect, engineers and client have decided all design considerations. The builder is often burdened with the task of securing the services of suitably qualified professionals to ensure the technology offering is realised, this is difficult when the electrical and technology specification has not been properly considered by a Systems Integration Professional.

This traditional approach prevents the proper consideration of the electronic and electrical solutions. Inevitably this approach prevents the total of all solutions from being fully harmonised with your project design and causes functional limitations that disaåppoint the client.

We at Connected Logics look at the project design as a service on its own, whether we get to implement the design and install it ourselves or pass it on to an electrical contractor to install it. As a result of a careful design process and produced documents, others can easily follow and implement our design, while we’ll be there to provide support and project management until the final result.

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