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Automated lighting control systems at home, at work, or now, working from home, can make a marked difference, helping to turn mundane daily routines into every day enjoyable moments. If you are looking to add that impressive finishing touch to your home design, a lighting automation system is a perfect addition to your home.

Having quality lighting in your home is an underestimated element of our daily lives, with much of our day relying on the use of lighting. Controlling your lighting with a lighting automation system not only improves your day-to-day life but also improves your energy efficiency, cost of living and home design.


Working from home is a concept that many of us have had to adjust to over the last few months, and with little sign of heading back into the office any time soon, adjusting your home office space to align with your daily work needs is essential for maximizing your productivity.

Kitchen Automation

The kitchen is often thought of as the central hub of your home as it is here that food is cooked, conversations are had and memories are made. One size fits all certainly doesn’t apply to kitchen automation and your personal lifestyle and preferences will control and affect your needs in the kitchen in terms...

Home Cinema Automation

Incorporating a home cinema system is the best way to watch your favourite movies or TV series, as you allow yourself to become fully immersed in the cinema experience within the comfort of your own home. At Mayflower we specialise in bringing the magic of the cinema to a space within your home, allowing you...

Here we will briefly highlight the elements that make up an effective, highly functional, automated and integrated home cinema. Previously, a home cinema room with its accompanying system would require an array of remote controls which had to be used individually to switch on all of their respective functions.