It’s no accident that Home Control Works are experts at what we do. We come from an engineering background. We approach projects from an engineering perspective. Our founder sets the pace, the quality, expectations, and our customer-focused operations. Our affiliation
We are a people that responds to pictures not buttons. When we surf the web we navigate with our eyes then take action with our fingers. The days of interacting with our computers using cryptic commands and command lines were
A world without color would be very dull. Can you imagine viewing a beautifully colorful floral arrangement in black and white? Or a Vincent Van Gogh painting without color? If we have the ability to perceive color in our lives
The World Wide Web can be a great resource or it can lead you down a rose-colored dead-end. How do you know if a company advertised on the Net is legit or BS? We’ll talk about how to tell the
Most of today’s AVRs (Audio Video Receivers) come standard with a second HDMI Output. You can use that output connected to another display to “preview” another source while watching your main display. This could be two sporting events at the
Can we afford to Live-Stream our worship service? How complicated is it? Can we train any interested volunteer to do this? What does it cost? In this article we’ll address what is involved in implementing a basic system for streaming.
At Home Control Works we pride ourselves in providing the very best solutions to our customers. For Outdoor lighting and audio Coastal Source is at the head of the pack. The reasons are many. From their patented cabling system to
We had an unusual request a few months back. One of our “commercial” customers needed repairs on a space vehicle. Fortunately their vehicle was not in orbit or on the Moon at the time, but docked at their facility here
Here in the Midwest we can’t wait for the next season…. Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter. Most of can find something we like about each season. There is nothing that compares to Spring. We’re excited to see the first buds on
It’s no secret that the days of record players and cassette decks are long gone. Today, you can hold thousands of songs in the palm of your hand or access an entire music library with the touch of a button.