Chris Lewis Smart Home were approached by building firm WG Carter and AES electrical contractors on behalf of a couple who were renovating their large Edwardian home.
The couple met Chris Lewis to outline their request for a whole-house lighting control system that could be operated remotely and be easy to use, with sympathetic accessories.
Chris Lewis worked alongside the builders, electricians and interior designers to devise a system that would look completely ‘at home’ in a character property.
The couple wanted LED lighting, which is notoriously difficult to control, so Chris Lewis tested several fittings, before deciding on a top quality system that provides limitless, hassle-free control of each individual light fitting.
“The team at Chris Lewis are very flexible and accommodating. They’re more than happy to spend extra time to help you get a better solution and you don’t get billed for every additional hour because their focus is on developing long-term relationships with their clients.”
The couple were so pleased that they commissioned Chris Lewis Smart Home to install an intruder alarm system and a full AV system throughout the house. The couple have also asked Chris Lewis to install lighting controls and a music system in their pool house.
Design and install a fully integrated media and security solution sympathetic to the aesthetics of this beautiful 16th century home with easy, streamlined control systems. It was important to the homeowners to avoid unattractive wires and to provide simple yet effective control over their home.
To design, supply, install and commission an integrated system incorporating audio-visual, lighting, blinds, heating and security. Enable the central control of all electronic devices throughout the property. Deliver an extendable solution to later incorporate outbuildings, swimming pool and garden.
We were commissioned by heritage building experts Qoda to design and install a lighting system for the King’s State Apartments in Kensington Palace, as part of Historic Royal Palaces’ £12m refurbishment programme to mark the 300th anniversary of the Hanoverian accession to the English throne.