Smart home technology is a must for any new build, particularly those that are customised to suit individual tastes. After carefully assessing the technology available in the marketplace and providers thereof, Ssassy is delighted to have selected Wondrwall as its smart home technology provider for its latest scheme, Springfield Meadows.
Wondrwall’s Base Kit includes alarm systems and thermostat controls, and its light switch control monitors habitation patterns with motion, light, power, and humidity sensors, which can all be managed remotely from your phone.
Clive Maple, a Director of Ssassy, commented:
“We are delighted to have chosen Wondrwall as our smart home partner. We are very impressed with how easy and intuitive the Wondrwall system is, and we believe that it will enable our future residents to control their home to maximise their enjoyment and comfort, whilst minimising electricity bills.
“Visitors to our marketing suite will be able to see how Wondrwall allows them to use voice commands or an App to control lighting and temperature, along with security and sound systems.”
Wondrwall is an intelligent living system that learns and works around you and your home, observing which rooms you spend most time in, and how you use heating and lightning to seamlessly support and enhance your environment. By automatically changing the settings of your home, and using voice technology to make changes at any time Wondrwall makes life easier and more efficient, without you having to think about it.
Rob Hunter, Sales Director at Wondrwall, said:
“The Wondrwall system monitors habitational patterns and the environmental performance of the home and applies Artificial Intelligence to make the home safer, more secure, reduce energy consumption and save money.
We are pleased to be working with SSASSY Properties who develop quality new homes that are good for people, that they would be happy to live in and contribute to the well being of our planet.”
Springfield Meadows is a development of 25 homes in Southmoor, Oxfordshire, just 7 miles from Abingdon. The scheme offers the opportunity for future residents to custom build beautiful, zero carbon homes on an attractive, low-density site at the edge of Southmoor village. 15 plots will be available for custom build homes, whilst nine affordable homes will be built to the same exceptional standard.
Smart technology is just one of the features of custom build housing that will allow Ssassy homes to be truly sustainable, working with its ethos of developing houses that are good for people and the planet. If you would like to learn more about smart technology and custom build, and view the plot that could become your future home, register for the Springfield Meadows Open Day on 13th April 2019.