Clare Controls to Install Automation Systems in All Homes in Taylor Morrison's Willowcroft Manor Community

Popular home automation solution to be delivered via ClareHome Builder Program

SARASOTA, FL., March 11, 2015 --- Clare Controls, provider of innovative home automation solutions, is pleased to announce that it is bringing its state-of-the-art system to Willowcroft Manor, a Taylor Morrison community in Columbine Valley, CO. Clare Controls will be working with a local integrator to provide its standard home automation lifestyle packages in all of the homes built in this eagerly anticipated new development. Potential homeowners will be able to enjoy the Clare Controls experience firsthand in the model homes on site.

The Willowcroft Manor automation packages will be delivered through a working relationship between Clare Controls, a manufacturer of high-performance automation solutions noted for offering scalable lifestyle applications ranging from lighting and climate controls to video surveillance and multi-room audio; the Clare Controls integrator, TekRedi; and Taylor Morrison.

"Each Willowcroft Manor home will include Clare's CLIQ controller - the "brain" of the automation solution - plus whole home Wi-Fi, a programmable thermostat, several circuits of automated lighting, and more. Homeowners will then select packages to add applications for convenience, safety, and fun to the unified automation solution. Each home will come with a control interface utilizing an iPad mini and charging dock station. They will control all of Clare's lifestyle applications securely, through a single, personalized interface on their iPads, iPhones, and Android phones, from any location.

"Our mission is to bring quality construction, superior design, and high-class amenities to all of our homes," said Brian Cartwright, Taylor Morrison's VP of Sales & Marketing for the Denver division. "The Clare system helps to accomplish this goal in providing security, comfort, and entertainment. The One-Touch Scenes in particular help homeowners control their lifestyle routines with ease."

Brian Dietsch, Clare's VP of Business Development, added, "Clare has an unmatched ability to deliver luxury-level automation performance in systems configured and packaged specifically to distinguish homes in communities like Willowcroft Manor. We are especially pleased that our system will reinforce Taylor Morrison's reputation for building high quality homes," he concluded, "and will result in superior homeowner satisfaction."

About Clare Controls
Clare Controls is the provider of the ClareHome Builder's Program, an integrated hardware, software, and business solution that gives homebuilders a comprehensive response to today's exploding demand for mainstream home automation systems. Featuring on-site service by certified Clare partners with national manufacturer's support, the Program delivers full-featured home automation in a predictable and repeatable business model. For more information, visit

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