Music, lighting and security are all accessible from wall-mounted touchpanels or his multiple iPads.
by Grant Clauser
If you watch the TLC show The Cake Boss, you know how they do it in Hoboken. But at home, the Boss Buddy Valastro wants to relax a bit and let his home control system do some of the work for him.
Valastro recently had a ELAN g! home control system installed by 360 Media Innovations. The ELAN system, which cost about $97,000, integrates many of the home’s subsystems, including audio/video entertainment, lighting, security and climate. Through a variety of interface devices, including Buddy’s numerous iPads and wall-mounted touchpanels, the family can access whole house music, check the security system, control lights and even view family photos from a central server.