New guide for smart home products

Electrical wholesaler CEF has published a new guide to smart home technology that aims to simplify smart home product selection for professional installers and buyers.

Get Smart, Get Connected is a comprehensive, priced product directory and microsite featuring the latest products and innovations as well as insight, installation advice and guidance to help electricians take advantage of the smart home revolution.

It’s estimated that £10.8 billion will be spent on smart home devices in the UK this year alone, with an increasing number of those products now requiring professional installation. The smart home market thus presents a huge opportunity for electrical contractors, but understanding the range of products available isn’t always easy.

CEF’s guide outlines the possibilities of what can be automated in a home as well as the individual devices that make it all happen, enabling electricians to grasp the smart home opportunity and access the commercial potential of this lucrative market.

Andrew Moseley, Commercial Director at CEF, explains, “The adoption of smart technology continues to grow, and this presents a great opportunity for tradespeople who are one step ahead – equipped with the right product knowledge and ready to advise their customers with market insight. With Get Smart, Get Connected, CEF is helping electricians to navigate the smart home landscape and ensure that they can take full advantage of this evolving market.”

The new product directory is available from CEF stores nationwide, and digitally via

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