Automation sets apart
The Residences at Alphaland
The Residences at Alphaland Makati Place utilizes innovative and state-of-the-art home automation system that allows its residents to remotely control certain functions of their units.
This system involves a main panel that controls lighting and appliances for the living room, kitchen, and bedrooms, as well as a mobile tablet pre-installed with the system’s app.
The property’s fiber-optic connectivity provides optimum speed capacity and future adaptation, assuring the efficiency of the home automation system.
The home automation app can also be downloaded and installed on the unit owner’s mobile gadgets such as smartphones and tablets so they can access their unit’s home automation system even when they are away for business or out on a trip.
Residents also have the option to check on their units remotely through their mobile gadget by installing their own CCTV that can be synched with the app. Similarly, they can program the system to turn on the air conditioning before arriving home.
The Residences’ home automation system lets residents turn on the lights, air conditioning, raise or lower the blinds, and turn on the TV, audio, or any other home electronic system.
Apart from this technological advancement, The Residences is also designed to be sustainable.
As part of the entire Alphaland Makati Place structure, it is registered as a Green Building under the United States Green Building Council (USGBC). This makes the property eligible for a Leadership in Energy and Environment Design (LEED) gold certificate.
The property’s green features not only benefit the environment, but also allow residents to save on utility costs.
The units are equipped with high-efficiency low-flow and low-flush water systems. Residents also get the luxury of having their lights turned off automatically for them once they leave their respective units because of the building’s built-in lighting motion sensors.
The entire building itself saves on electricity costs because of its high solar reflectance surfaces, which reduce the “heat island effect” that usually forces cooling systems to work harder.
The building’s surface and finishing paint, carpets, fabrics, and similar materials use low-level chemical toxicity.