January, 2011 –With smart house technology you can turn lights and security systems on and off or adjust your thermostat from a remote location. Now property owners who install WISP™ Window and Door Systems with integrated hurricane protection can count on similar technology to secure their buildings in advance of a storm. Home Manager ST™, an innovative, new, web-based interface program designed to automate WISP windows and doors, will be introduced in January at the NAHB International Builders’ Show at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, Booth W-4043.
WISP windows and doors with Home Manager ST technology can be deployed electronically from anywhere in the world. The wireless, cord-free system can be accessed through a web-based interface using a computer or Android™ smartphone. The system enables building owners to schedule and program shades, individually or in groups, to open or close at set times. Individuals who desire a totally automated “smart house” environment can also use Home Manager ST to control compatible lights, sensors and thermostats. The technology is ideal for use in second homes where deployment can occur from thousands of miles away. All automated WISP window and door storm shades can also be operated manually.
The first window and door system with integrated storm protection, the WISP system is easy to deploy, by simply pulling the shade down into the windowsill. WISP’s unique, high-impact storm shade is made from the same tough, flexible, tightly woven synthetic fiber used in radial tires and is finished with a specially formulated coating that makes it weather resistant, water repellent and pliable, giving it the strength and flexibility to protect property from damage by hurricane-force winds of up to 205 mph. Custom-built to specifications, all WISP windows and doors are available in white or bronze aluminum finishes.
For more information on WISP Window and Door Systems with Home Manager ST technology, for technical specifications or to become a WISP authorized dealer, call toll-free 877 939 9283 or visit wispwindow.com. HomeRun Holdings Corporation, formerly known as the Wayne-Dalton Corporation, was established in the early 1950s by Emanuel Mullet. The Pensacola, Florida-based company offers a broad assortment of home controls, garage door openers, access systems, motorized window shades and storm protection products.