The “Biggest, Baddest Home” award was presented to ACS by Crestron, the leading provider of control and automation systems for homes and commercial applications. The annual competition recognizes large scale, full home integration projects that take home A/V and automation technology to the “next level,” and are revealed each year at the CEDIA Expo banquet.
The ACS submission focused on a 42,000 sq ft home in
This pristine home has a fully-integrated Crestron system controlling A/V, HVAC, Lighting, Shades, a State-of-the-Art Home Theater, an
The system was designed so that each person in the home has their own dedicated Cable/Satellite box via the Crestron DM system. In addition to a whole-house UPS system, the client had a flywheel installed to provide a bridge between utility and generator power should the grid fail. ACS was given a dedicated room with a raised computer room floor to house the components and more easily manage the 26 miles of cabling that ran throughout the property.
“Everyone who has stepped foot in this amazing home leaves with their jaw dropped,” said
Established in 1975 by
ACS is a factory-authorized and trained designer integrator and installer of the ?nest A/V, Lighting Control, Motorized Shading, Network, and Home Automation equipment available. ACS designs and installs a wide range of system types, at multiple price points or budgets, ensuring that systems meet today’s client’s varying demands. ACS’s constant drive is to master new technologies to improve the lives of its customers, while making these solutions simple to operate and manage.
Please visit the new elegant ACS website at http://www.audiocommand.com.
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