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Smart Home Layout

Integrating devices throughout your smart home allows technology to work together, streamlining and simplifying your lifestyle of complete comfort and convenience. Click on any component in the interactive demo below for examples as to how smart home technology is intuitive and intertwined to help you save time and energy.

*For the purposes of this demonstration, many system devices are displayed throughout the home, but in reality, you can use a single device to control all systems.

Savant Home

Home Control:

Home Control:

A single user-friendly remote controls audio, video, lights, shades, security, the thermostat, and any other devices installed in your smart home.

Motorized Shading and Drapery:

Motorized Shading and Drapery:

Use the same device that turns off your lights to raise your shades for more natural light, or instantly turn day to night inside your home when you need some extra shuteye. Automatically set shades to go down at times of day when you know there will be harsh glare.

Networking:

Networking:

A high-speed and high-security network acts as the central nervous system for communication between your TV, phone, music, security, and other smart technology, as well the different devices used to access and control these features.

Mobile Control:

Mobile Control:

Any device installed in your smart home can also be controlled remotely from your phone. Real-time status updates allow you to make sure your home’s temperature and energy consumption are at your ideal level even when you’re not at home.

Lighting Control:

Lighting Control:

Turn off every single lamp, sconce, and chandelier in your home with one button, or create a specific atmosphere with custom presets that dim certain lights and turn others off or on.

Energy Management:

Energy Management:

Your home’s integrated technology is centralized in one spot to reduce technological clutter around the house and make it easy to expand and add new devices at a later date.

Security and Surveillance:

Security and Surveillance:

Live video streams to your smart devices so you can see who’s at the door whether you’re in the living room or on the other side of the globe. Remotely disarm alarm systems to let in the babysitter or housekeeper and then rearm them when they leave.

Home Theaters and Media Rooms:

Home Theaters and Media Rooms:

Go all-out with a dedicated home theater, or keep things concealed in other rooms using motorized screens and speakers hidden inside preexisting decor that are only visible when you want them to be.

Entry Systems:

Entry Systems:

A preprogrammed doorbell pauses music and sends an alert to your TV when someone’s at the door, while the intercom system automatically calls your phone so you can speak to guests remotely or let them in with one tap.

Media Distribution:

Media Distribution:

Media can be streamed or sent anywhere in the house without cluttering each room with localized equipment. Use your phone to set music to play only where you want it to.

Centralized Distribution:

Centralized Distribution:

Centralized Distribution allows for complete control and connectivity of your home technology for every room, every application and every budget. The power of total integrated control and seamless connectivity all manifest from one centralized hub. Your home’s beauty is enhanced with less wall clutter and equipment spread throughout. System expansion is easy; every room and each smart device is simply another node on the network which is the backbone of the home.

Solar Panels:

Solar Panels:

Solar panels allow you to use renewable and reliable energy to power lights and other electric devices, reducing utility costs and your home’s impact on the environment.

Security and Surveillance:

Security and Surveillance:

A safe and secure home for your family needs to be smart enough to alert you when you’re home or away. Preview home surveillance video from security cameras right on your touch screen display or iPad®, iPhone® or Android™ device. At your Dallas home, use your touch screen as a video intercom system so you can see who's at the door. While you're away, disarm alarm systems to let in the housekeeper or babysitter, then activate it as soon as they leave.

  • Home Control:

    Home Control:

    A single user-friendly remote controls audio, video, lights, shades, security, the thermostat, and any other devices installed in your smart home.

  • Motorized Shading and Drapery:

    Motorized Shading and Drapery:

    Use the same device that turns off your lights to raise your shades for more natural light, or instantly turn day to night inside your home when you need some extra shuteye. Automatically set shades to go down at times of day when you know there will be harsh glare.

  • Networking:

    Networking:

    A high-speed and high-security network acts as the central nervous system for communication between your TV, phone, music, security, and other smart technology, as well the different devices used to access and control these features.

  • Mobile Control:

    Mobile Control:

    Any device installed in your smart home can also be controlled remotely from your phone. Real-time status updates allow you to make sure your home’s temperature and energy consumption are at your ideal level even when you’re not at home.

  • Lighting Control:

    Lighting Control:

    Turn off every single lamp, sconce, and chandelier in your home with one button, or create a specific atmosphere with custom presets that dim certain lights and turn others off or on.

  • Energy Management:

    Energy Management:

    Your home’s integrated technology is centralized in one spot to reduce technological clutter around the house and make it easy to expand and add new devices at a later date.

  • Security and Surveillance:

    Security and Surveillance:

    Live video streams to your smart devices so you can see who’s at the door whether you’re in the living room or on the other side of the globe. Remotely disarm alarm systems to let in the babysitter or housekeeper and then rearm them when they leave.

  • Home Theaters and Media Rooms:

    Home Theaters and Media Rooms:

    Go all-out with a dedicated home theater, or keep things concealed in other rooms using motorized screens and speakers hidden inside preexisting decor that are only visible when you want them to be.

  • Entry Systems:

    Entry Systems:

    A preprogrammed doorbell pauses music and sends an alert to your TV when someone’s at the door, while the intercom system automatically calls your phone so you can speak to guests remotely or let them in with one tap.

  • Media Distribution:

    Media Distribution:

    Media can be streamed or sent anywhere in the house without cluttering each room with localized equipment. Use your phone to set music to play only where you want it to.

  • Centralized Distribution:

    Centralized Distribution:

    Centralized Distribution allows for complete control and connectivity of your home technology for every room, every application and every budget. The power of total integrated control and seamless connectivity all manifest from one centralized hub. Your home’s beauty is enhanced with less wall clutter and equipment spread throughout. System expansion is easy; every room and each smart device is simply another node on the network which is the backbone of the home.

  • Solar Panels:

    Solar Panels:

    Solar panels allow you to use renewable and reliable energy to power lights and other electric devices, reducing utility costs and your home’s impact on the environment.

  • Security and Surveillance:

    Security and Surveillance:

    A safe and secure home for your family needs to be smart enough to alert you when you’re home or away. Preview home surveillance video from security cameras right on your touch screen display or iPad®, iPhone® or Android™ device. At your Dallas home, use your touch screen as a video intercom system so you can see who's at the door. While you're away, disarm alarm systems to let in the housekeeper or babysitter, then activate it as soon as they leave.

    Home Automation

    Sometimes, a seemingly simple solution isn’t actually simple. For example, while standard switches might seem like the easiest control option when it comes to lighting, is this really that simple when you have to walk around the house turning on and off dozens of switches in the morning and when you go to bed? Many times you need to flip the switches off and on to figure out which one is which in the first place. Smart home automation allows you to control every single light in your home from one device and even turn off all the lights with one swipe or tap.

    Now, imagine integrating your lights with other technologies around the home: a single button now turns off the lights, closes the shades, and starts your favorite film. Lifestyle Electronics does advanced work on the back end to make sure the client-side experience is straightforward and seamless, making your life simple and allowing you to indulge in simple luxury without having to worry about spending time figuring out cutting-edge electronics.