Household Automation Household Automation
Est: 1999
Household Automation is dedicated to the residential market place and provides a high quality service to its customers. Our uniqueness lies in the fact that we are affiliated with no one manufacturer or supplier. This gives us the advantage that we are able to use our knowledge to provide the best advice to our customers by fitting different manufacturers equipment to a system that best meets the customers unique requirements. Form basic more cost effective products such as X10 through to high end AV equipment such as Crestron, AMX, Revox or Naim Household Automation has knowledge and experience of most systems.

Household Automation is a Part P registered electrical installer.

We have a wealth of knowledge of different manufacturers and distributors and if your equipment is old or obsolete there is still a chance that we may be able to repair or upgrade.
Project Update: 10 years later
This article was written by a past customer who wanted to comment on a job we carried out about 10 years on… This is an article that tries to explain my experiences of going from home automation novice, working out what I was trying to achieve, working with a specialist installer, implementing and finally living […]
Major new incentive for energy efficient lighting control
giraG1Household Automation has been vigorously campaigning over the past few years to gain 0% VAT rating for lighting control in new build properties. MD of Household Automation Ltd; Andy Ellis reports… This month HMRC have published Notice 708: Buildings and Construction – August 2014. For the first time intelligent lighting (not including remote control hand […]
SONOS: Should we still be building music libraries?
sonos_3bigIn keeping with my recent run of posts relating to the Sonos multiroom audio system I thought I would tackle the decisions made by many digital music enthusiasts. Namely, should I build a music library and if so, how and where should I store it? In today’s world of digital content, deciding what to do […]