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Article Teaser: Intelligent Home Control is smart, yet simple and offers unrivalled safety around the home. Can you really afford not to take such precautions?

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Advantages of Intelligent Home Control - Safety

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Do you have home insurance? Of course you do! Having insurance is a part of life. Home insurance, car insurance, life insurance... the list goes on. Why risk a fire destroying your home, or losing many of your belongings in a burglary with no insurance to fall back on? It just doesn’t make sense.

So consider this: Insurance may protect the cost of your belongings, but it does nothing to protect you from harm! The average home is a very dangerous place; Water, gas and electricity surround us in almost every room. So why put yourself at a risk greater than that of your belongings?

Intelligent Home Control can detect water, gas, smoke and carbon monoxide. Should your IHC system detect a leak, it will cut off the relevant supply. In the event of a gas leak, it will also cut the electricity. When the leak has been contained by your Intelligent Home Control system, it will send you a message notifying you of this.

As a precaution against fire, your Intelligent Home Control system can be set to activate sockets at predefined times. You can also control the power supply to cookers and other appliances via a single switch. This can offer you peace of mind should there be children in the home. With IHC, you are in complete control at all times - even when you are not at home yourself!

Should your Intelligent Home Control system detect a leak of any kind, it will:

  • Emit a high-pitched alarm
  • Cut off the relevant supply
  • Cut off any or all of the other supply’s (To reduce the fire risk from electrical installations, should your system detect smoke, it can be programmed to shut most of these down. If your home has a gas supply, IHC can also be programmed to shut this off to reduce the risk of explosion.)
  • Send a message to the homeowner informing them that the problem has been contained

  • Can you really afford not to take such precautions? The Intelligent Home Control system is smart, yet simple and offers unrivalled safety around the home. Importantly too, this technology is not overly expensive.

    In the past, these Central Intelligence Systems have been available only to the privileged - an exclusive club! IHC is the first system of it’s kind in which all functions are controlled from a simple hub. This makes the system both accessible and affordable.

    Intelligent Home Control should be as commonplace in our homes as insurance! Why protect your belongings any more than you do your own self? It doesn’t make much sense, does it?


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