Control 4 - Home Automation With Wipliance

Wipliance wrote this on Friday, 16 February, 2018 in News
Looking to update your home with unprecedented control and simplicity? Home Automation is the key. Automating different aspects of the home has become quite popular in recent years, particularly in newer homes, and the advancement of wireless network technology has resulted in some truly astounding functionality. But, how does a smart home actually work and what does it look like?

Model Technology by Wipliance

mmitchell wrote this on Tuesday, 30 January, 2018 in News
What happens when the U.S. Polo Assn. models descend upon this Arizona smart home for a photo shoot during Phoenix Fashion Week? Follow the models on a teaser tour of this Wipliance automated home- from motorized hidden TV's to theater-quality audio and video. See automated lights, shades, temperature and more that work in harmony to save energy and offer convenience of keypad, mobile and voice control.

Home Theater Design Tips: 3 Ways to Hide Your TV in Plain Sight

bonsaimediagroup wrote this on Wednesday, 10 January, 2018 in News
As the top provider of home theater installation in Bellevue, Seattle, and Scottsdale, our team at Wipliance has noticed an emerging interior design trend among our projects. While the technology of

Automated Living at the Northwest Idea House

mmitchell wrote this on Tuesday, 26 September, 2017 in News
The 2017 Northwest Idea House sponsored by 425 Magazine and Jaymarc homes featured a ton of automation and technology from Wipliance. Many features of the home, from the audio to the window treatments- can be controlled with a touchscreen.

TV vs Projector: Which is Best For Your Home?

mmitchell wrote this on Wednesday, 06 September, 2017 in News
With so many choices available today, what are some of the pros and cons of going with a projection setup or a TV screen? Wipliance offers many different solutions from top-name brands such as Sony, Screen Innovations, Samsung and more. Here are some important factors to take note of when considering a video projector vs a television-type video display.