FREEVOLVE® expands distribution with Smarthome™

FREEVOLVE®, the designer and manufacturer of housEvolve, the first remote home access system, is very happy to announce they are partnering with SmarthomeTM to expand distribution of their product line.

October 13th 2009 Somerset NJ - FREEVOLVE®, the designer and manufacturer of housEvolve, the first remote home access system, is very happy to announce they are partnering with SmarthomeTM to expand distribution of their product line. Smarthome, a division of SmartLabs, Inc., was founded in 1992 and specializes in the distribution of home automation products. With more than 5,000 products available, Smarthome's sales channels include Smarthome.com, their award -winning direct mail catalog and their brick and mortar retail store located in Irvine, CA.


"We're very excited to be partnering with FREEVOLVE® to offer the housEvolve line to our customers," says Laurie Maroni, Vice President of Marketing for Smarthome. "As the leading resource for home automation technologies, we strive to offer our customers the largest breath of solutions to manage and control their most valuable asset - their homes. housEvolve provides our customers with a quality solution to remotely control heating, air conditioning, water valves and garage access."

housEvolve revolutionizes the way homeowners are able to protect and access their home remotely. Designed specifically for the residential market, housEvolve puts the homeowner in full control of temperature, heating, air conditioning, water valves, and garage doors from anywhere in the world. An intuitive interface makes housEvolve as easy to use as checking voicemail, so its benefits are available to everyone, regardless of technical skill. While comprehensive, housEvolve is also modular, so customers will only purchase the system configuration they need.

Anderson Micu - - - - Founder & CEO of FREEVOLVE® notes, "We are happy to have the opportunity of matching housEvolve accessibility through ease of use with the unmatched market exposure capabilities offered by Smarthome. This synergy, combined with the stringent criteria Smarthome employs in evaluating new products for retail, helps establish confidence on a wide scale for the new -generation of consumer -friendly technology embodied by our products."

Contact Kelly Zaneto, Vice President - Sales & Marketing
39 Spencer Street
Somerset NJ 08873 • P 888.543.8658
www.freevolve.com • contact@freevolve.com

About Smarthome
Founded in 1992, Smarthome, a division of SmartLabs, Inc., was created based on the realization of a need for automated products that make lives easier, safer and more enjoyable. Today, Smarthome sells more than 5,000 hard -to -find products, including home automation solutions featuring award -winning INSTEON technology. Smarthome sells online at Smarthome.com, through their award -winning direct mail catalog and via their brick and mortar retail store located in Irvine, CA.

For more information:
smarthome.com

Contact: SmartLabs, Inc. Mike Scharnagl, 949 -252 -6962

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