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Fill out this simple & short form, and we'll get back to you with a quote in 2 business days.

Although very few fields are mandatory, we suggest you fill in as many fields as you can, as this will help us give you a more informative quote. It will take about 2 minutes to complete if you answer every question.

Your Name *
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Your Email *
This is where we will email you the quote
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Your Phone
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The Smart Features will be implemented in a *
Type of dwelling
What Smart Home Features you are interested in *
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SECURITY
If you are unsure, please provide the best possible guess. We will help and guide you with what options suit your circumstances during the initial consultation.
CCTV - How many Camera you need ?
All our cameras are HD and IP based that can be accessed via smart phone remotely
CCTV - How many days of recording you need
30 days is standard in our packages
ALARM - How many zones/rooms you would like to secure with Smart Alarm ?
our alarm solution can be accesses remotely via Smart Phone
COMFORT
How many Lights/Dimmers points you would like to be automated ?
automated light/dimmers can be operated via any smart phone and optionally via automation/universal remotes
Would you like to automate your heating/cooling ?
ENTERTAINMENT
How many zones/rooms you would like your music to be distribute to ?
You will be able to stream and control music to all the zones
Anything else ?
Any other specific requirements ?
Mention any thing else you would like us to consider in the quote or any other features you would like to be quoted on.
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Would you like a FREE Smart Home/Office Consultation
Tick Yes, if you want us to contact you to book a free cosultation
Preferred Consultation Date & Time
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