HGTV's Smart Home 2014, built in Nashville, TN, earned a TechHome Gold Rating from the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), designed to ensure the home will support current and future digital needs. The rating is based on CEA’s TechHome Rating System (THRS), a specification for residential technology infrastructure.
The home is an English cottage-style residence with three bedrooms and 4-1/2 baths, featuring technology to connect the home’s appliances and devices for better homeowner control over energy use, security, interior climate, and lighting.
The home is part of a $1 million grand prize package to be awarded in the summer of 2014.
The home has a whole-house network with multi-room audio, video, data, telephone, and TV distribution, as well as home automation, systems control capabilities, and security signals.
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