Dave Raines, president of New York home automation contractor Osbee Industries, went into a beautiful Manhattan townhouse to talk about a new intercom and started asking questions. His client had an extensive art collection, but next to the beautiful artwork were ugly lighting switches. The client thought this was how it had to be. Osbee began explaining what an integrated home is all about, and the homeowner liked what he heard. Osbee technicians, working hand in hand with a security contractor and various tradesmen, ended up tearing out the piecemeal systems. The new system they installed brings security, lighting, heating, air conditioning, audio, and video together with simplified Crestron controls.
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