Catch a glimpse of Architechtronics at your local grocery store magazine stand!News

by Architechtronics Team on March 30, 2010 with 0 comments

Take a sneak peak of the three page article… “Lee and Sachi LeFever used Architechtronics to wire their Mount Baker home, which also serves as the headquarters for their educational video company, Common Craft. Having a home business is what convinced them to transform the house into a smart home during a recent remodel…” Pick …

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Control4 awards Architechtronics once again!News

by jennifergriffin on September 11, 2009 with 0 comments

While attending the CEDIA conference this month in Atlanta, GA, our team was also invited to the exciting Control4 dealer appreciation party. Held at one of the largest aquariums in the world, the Atlanta Aquarium, the event did not disappoint with spectacular exhibits of some of seas beautiful creatures. The event was enjoyed by all …

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King5 this Morning: Green building techniquesNews

by jennifergriffin on February 20, 2009 with 0 comments

This morning we were featured on King5 Homefront: Green Building Techniques. They visited us this week at the Seattle Home Show for an interview. Our lead installer Rich did a great job discussing energy saving solutions: including integrating heating and lighting into your home automation system— saving 15% or more on your energy bill. See …

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What are the Power Hogs in your Home?Home Automation

by jennifergriffin on September 16, 2008 with 0 comments

The US department of Energy (DOE) says, “Small Appliances draw 19.2 percent of total power usage in the home”. Around the office, we have fun with a tool called the “kill-a-watt”. You plug any electronic device into it and it tells you how much power that device draws while in the “on”, “standby”, or “off” …

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Capitol Hill RemodelHome Automation

by Architechtronics Team on May 6, 2008 with 0 comments

We are pleased to feature a new project currently underway in the Seattle Capitol Hill neighborhood. There are several key components to this project that are worth mentioning. The ’brain’ of the system will be controlled through a centrally located Control4 HC-300. Items that are to be controlled include lighting, distributed audio, distributed HD video, …

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