We are a multi-award winning company, specialising in high-end Crestron home automation solutions. Not all systems are designed and built equally, and with a Crestron Gold Master Programmer heading our team we are in a unique position to deliver excellence. Providing a complete end-to-end service, and with our passion for integrating the weird and wonderful, you can rest assured that you’re in the safest of hands to deliver your bespoke, intelligent home.

As a multi–award winning company specialising in high-end Crestron home automation we are used to writing modules for jobs we are working on.   With one of the, globally, few Gold Crestron Master Programmers at the head of our team, we excel in the more challenging modules and have written drivers for equipment that had previously been considered too complex to integrate. 

We now enjoy a reputation for high quality, tried and tested modules which we have made available to other Crestron programmers and integrators, both saving them time in completing jobs and being able to offer sophisticated integration that otherwise might have been unachievable for their clients.

The Ultamation Shop is our vehicle to deliver these products to you!

We all know you get out of bed each morning and go to work, to get money, to pay the mortgage and bills, and try to have a life around it ... but the best position to be in, is when you love your work - and one of the highlights is when a customer that gives you that reason.

In September 2017 Apple unveiled a new, fifth-generation Apple TV device.  This latest device brings new features such as 4K and HDR to Apple TV for the first time. According to Apple "4K gives you a crisper picture using four times more pixels than standard HD. High Dynamic Range (HDR) delivers brighter, more realistic colours and greater detail" and who doesn't want that?

This is all great news and as our Apple TV module is consistently one of our top sellers, we knew it wouldn't be long before our informed customers would be asking if it was compatible. 

A couple of years ago, if you called someone a slacker, you might have been treated to a knuckle sandwich.  Times have changed, and now slack doesn’t mean a floppy rope or a workshy colleague; now ‘Slack’ has become the dominant collaboration platform for many organisations, such as Ticketmaster, Samsung, and ebay.