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Smarthouse Parts (Obsolete since 1995).
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The AMP Smarthouse Wiring in your home has been Obsolete since 1995 – So what do
In 2002, we bought all the remaining parts
that AMP had for Smarthouses, over 3 tractor-trailer loads full!
Since then we have shipped many parts and visited many Smarthouse sites to do
repairs and for conversions to modern technology. Today, we simply don’t have
enough parts to keep all of America’s AMP or Molex brands of Smarthouses going
much longer. But, there are other choices.
Yes we can fix your home (at least for a little while longer) but better yet,
there is a way to get rid of the old obsolete lighting parts completely! It’s
called a conversion and it can often be done mostly with local labor, using
parts that are available from hundreds of sources across the United States.
However due to our experience our on site presence can speed up the conversion,
so plan for approx. one day of our time to work with them (this will actually
save you money on local labor).
To accomplish the conversion, we must use the existing wiring in your home and
the wall switches in each room. There has never been anything wrong with the
wiring in your home. It’s still state of the art today. But, it is routed in
such a manner as to prohibit its economical replacement with conventional
electrical wiring. To accomplish a conversion, we provide some specially
manufactured conversion adapters and the lighting parts needed to complete the
removal of the obsolete Smarthouse lighting products.
Once a conversion is completed, you will have lighting that can be serviced by
local electricians using readily available off the shelf parts!
Important Tip! Some of
our work is done for the 2nd or
3rd owners of Smarthouses.
On several occasions, these people moved into a house not knowing the lighting
blocks and control electronics were obsolete. With the recent national real
estate laws, it’s now illegal to sell a house without disclosing the
obsolescence of the wiring. Even if a waiver is signed, this does not remove the
previous owner of the liability and some of the 2nd owners
went back to the original owner and/or builder and forced them to pay for the
complete cost of the conversion. To avoid this issue and make your house ready
for an easier sale, simply choose one of the conversion choices we can provide.
It’s important for each of you to realize that we don’t want you to feel as if
we are dictating commands to you. Sure, we are the last source of parts for the
wiring in your home. But, we can provide a long list of satisfied owners who are
now happy that they selected us to do the conversion. In addition, we are
providing three options for you to consider. One of these is right for you.
Should you want to use us to do one of the conversion options, you will find
that due to our experience level, we are much faster than any local craftsmen
you will use. Meaning that in the long run, the cost will be more attractive if
we work on your project.
Finally, we can provide a turnkey
conversion with little involvement from you. If however, you have some local
Craftsmen that we can work with, this will make the process flow smoother and
may cost you less. After looking over the 3 choices, feel free to call and let’s
talk about your options.
Whether you have an AMP Smarthouse or a Molex Smarthouse, we can provide a
solution for your problems. As for Molex parts and service, in 2005 the last
remaining source for Molex parts began making claims to insurance companies and
homeowners that all their systems had to be converted to modern technology due
to them not having any remaining Molex parts. So, there appears to be no other
source for the obsolete parts to make repairs (except from us). While we do have
a gracious supply of some parts, others are getting pretty low.