We’re Diamond Elite!

We are proud to announce that we have once again earned Diamond Elite Dealer status with Lutron based on our 2017 numbers! A Diamond Elite dealer has to spend over $750K with Lutron in a given year. Spending that much with Lutron also requires us to be extremely proficient with all the many Lutron offerings from everything from the Caseta product to Homeworks QS lighting to the newest Palladiom shades.

Thank you to the many builders and architects we work with and, of course, our clients that helped get us to where we are!


Innerspace Electronics Adds New Control System to Menu

We are excited to announce that we have added another control system to our menu of available options to our clients. Control4 was founded in 2003 and debuted at the 2004 CEDIA home technology show. Control4 allows the end user to control their music, video, lighting, shading, HVAC, security and surveillance camera systems through one custom interface. The system supports more than 8,000 devices from third-party manufacturers including CoolMasterNet for seamless integration with VRF & Split HVACs, Sonos music systems and products from Sony and Sub-Zero.

For more information on Control4 and all of it’s capabilities, click on the video below.

Innerspace Electronics, Inc. Attends 2017 HOBI Awards

This past November, Innerspace Electronics, Inc. attended the Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Connecticut, Inc. HOBI Awards Ceremony where a number of our builder partners were presented with awards for their outstanding work. We were honored to have designed and installed all the low voltage electronic systems in five of the award winning projects at the HOBI awards in 2017.

These projects feature low voltage electronics systems including full-scale home automation, lighting control, motorized window treatments, whole house audio & video control, broadband networks, HVAC control, pool systems control, security & camera systems control and many other system features, all provided and installed by Innerspace Electronics, Inc. for the following HOBI award winners:

  • Best Custom Home 8,000-9000 SF
  • Best Custom Home 10,000-12,000 SF
  • Best Custom Home 12,000-16,000 SF
  • Best Pool House
  • Best Accessory Building

“Integrated homes by Innerspace Electronics, Inc. provide homeowners with the ability to operate and monitor all systems while at home or remotely through internet enabled smart phones and tablets. We are in the business of providing convenience, assurance and peace of mind to our clients,” said Barry Reiner, CEO at Innerspace Electronics, Inc.

Innerspace Electronics has had the opportunity to work with many excellent builders and architects throughout Connecticut & New York, including Sound Beach Partners, Significant Homes, Hobbs, Charles Hilton Architects, Vanderhorn Architects, Shope Reno Wharton, and many more.


Luxury Living Talks

We are thrilled to be a part of an amazing group of panelists at the New England Home Connecticut Magazine’s ‘Luxury Living Talk’ at the I.M. Smitten showroom on Tuesday, March 20th from 6-8pm. The topic is “Turning Ordinary Into Extraordinary: The Art of Built-In and Custom Detail.”

Exploring the impact that truly one-of-a-kind design elements can have on the places where you live, work, eat, bathe and sleep. These uniquely elegant and personal touches will make all the difference between a room that’s simply very nice and one that’s show-stopping.

The other panelists include Amy Aidinis Hirsch Interior Design, I.M. Smitten Custom Furniture, Shope Reno Wharton and Gatehouse Partners. It will be a wonderful event and we are looking forward to sharing our expertise on incorporating our equipment into the overall design and aesthetics of our clients’ homes.

All are welcome. To register for the event click on the link below.


Technology For Art’s Sake

Technology Integrator featured an article about one of our NYC installations. The client is an avid art collector and audiophile so we had to make sure our design took both of these factors into consideration. Click on the link to read the full article about how we were able to highlight the art collection, provide the best quality picture and sound and hide our equipment so it could just blend into the background.

Technology For Art’s Sake


Innerspace Electronics Hosts Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester

Innerspace Electronics Inc. invited teenage students from the Northern Westchester Boys and Girls Club (BGCNW) to their facility in Port Chester, NY for an opportunity to learn more about possible career options in the technology industry. The students visited the company on November 14 and company executives and staff offered presentations and led group discussions designed to be both thought-provoking and educational on the technology industry in general, and on possible careers options  with which they may have been unaware.

The teens started their visit at Innerspace by taking a personality quiz, designed to help them better understand who they are – an awareness that can greatly aid them in their assessment of potential career options. The teens were then asked to vocalize what topics or tasks that they currently enjoyed studying in their classes.  As the students shouted out subjects such as Math, Science and Art, IEI co-founder Barry Reiner explained how each of those skills are needed and used in a company like Innerspace Electronics.

The group was then treated to a demonstration of the sophisticated technology products in IEI’s showroom, something the entire group really enjoyed. Drawing interest from the group were technologies such as the “invisible” Stealth loudspeakers, as the teens sought to understand just how the technology works.  Each of the students was also allowed to independently operate an iPad controller connected to a Savant home integration system, letting them directly experience the effects of the different settings with which they experimented.

“This event was designed to help students learn about, and potentially consider, various career options in the technology field,” said Andrea Reiner, Innerspace Electronics, Inc. co-founder and Chief Financial Officer. “All of the students were deeply engaged in each of the sessions offered, including demonstrations, experiments and classes. We even built time into the agenda to allow the students the opportunity to listen to some of their favorite music on a system that included the top-rated Bower and Wilkins 804 D3 speakers…and they were just blown away with the quality of sound which many of them had never experienced.”

IEI employees took time to share with the students their own individual career journeys leading them to Innerspace Electronics, starting with their days in high school, something with which the teens could really relate. The youngsters were very engaged and asked a lot of questions as to how these stories might relate to their future.

Capping the day with a fun dinner of pizza and soda, IEI employees presented the young attendees with a goodie bag filled to the brim with products donated by Innerspace Electronics’ manufacturers and sales representative firms.  The company would particularly like to extend their gratitude for the generous contributions of Bowers & Wilkins, URC, RTI, Sony, Audio Control, Atlantic Integrated and Ultimate Integration.

This Innerspace career day event was a huge success with both company presenters and the Boys and Girls Club attendees enjoying spending time with, and learning from, each other. Innerspace Electronics plans to hold a fund raiser this spring to collect money for the benefit of the Boys and Girls Club of Northern Westchester.

“The Boys and Girls Club is an amazing, life changing organization where 100% of the high school seniors go on to college or technical schools,” said Ms. Reiner. “Not only that, but they also serve 80,000 meals a year so children don’t go hungry, and they teach over 1,000 children a year to swim – which is really important when you consider that the number one cause of death in children under six is drowning. We hope everyone joins us in supporting this important organization.”