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Home Automation


Drive energy efficiency with the SALUS Smart Home system


Heating is generally the biggest factor of energy bills in the UK – accounting for 53% of money spent on gas and electricity.


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owever, by replacing a traditional thermostat with a Salus smart thermostat, especially one that can


self-learn behaviours and adjust accordingly, it is estimated that homeowners can save between 8.4% and 16.5% on heating bills alone – somewhere between £180-£300 per year. The Smart Home system from heating


controls specialist, Salus, not only offers an extensive range of connected products that enable homeowners to run their home from their phone, tablet, computer, or even via a Smart Assistant, it is also an effective way to drive energy efficiency and save money on heating bills – and not just via the thermostat. Established in 2005 and headquartered in


Barnsley, England, Salus supplies energy control solutions to professional market channels throughout Europe. What makes the Salus Smart Home system


The multiple rule options helps drive energy efficiency. For example, the system can detect when the user leaves or returns home using data from the home and will turn the heating off and on automatically. A schedule can be set and over time the system will learn the user’s habits and programme itself and also provide regular energy usage reports.


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different to any other is the way in which the devices can interact with each other, and as such the permutations for controlling devices within the home are endless. Its multiple rule options means there is even more scope for reducing energy expenditure. For example, the system can detect when the user leaves or returns home using data from the home and will turn the heating off and on automatically. A


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