I’m running 4 different houses on Hubitat, only one of them being mine.
In my house there are 216 devices, including a large Lutron RadioRA 2 system fully integrated, with Lutron motion sensors and Pico remotes. There about 80 Z-Wave devices (Leviton switches & Dimmers, GE Jasco switches and plugin modules, Aeon micro dimmers, micro motor controllers, and Minimotes, Kwikset lock; For Zigbee there are several SmartSense MultiSensors, SmartSense Motion Sensors, SmartPower Outlets, Hue motion, Iris motion, Cree bulbs, etc. – about 25 devices.
This system has probably 150 apps installed, including Rule Machine, Motion Lighting, Mode Manager, Simple Lighting, Hubitat Safety Monitor, Button Controller, Alexa App (local integration), Life360 Connector, an old copy of SmartTiles, many Lutron integration apps, etc. Best thing about it is that it is all snappy fast, and never goes down unexpectedly.
House Number 2 is a pilot customer’s house with about 40 devices: Lutron Caseta dimmers, switches and Pico remotes, NYCE motion sensors (Zigbee), and a few odds and ends. The homeowner is totally non-technical, and her house has been running untouched for 5 or 6 months now.
House Number 3 is a condo in San Diego with about 60 devices: Lutron Caseta dimmers, switches and Pico remotes, Alexa, GE Jasco switches, NYCE motion sensors, SmartSense Multi. The owners are totally non-technical; that home has been running untouched for 4 months.
House Number 4 is another pilot customer’s house with about 90 devices: Lutron Caseta dimmers and switches, GE Jasco dimmers and switches, NYCE motion sensors, Iris motion sensors, Alexa, Linear garage door control. This homeowner is also non-technical, and the system has been running for about 3 months.
Notice that I have a bias / preference towards Lutron systems. It is by far the most reliable product-line in this space. Each of these 4 homes have numerous Pico remotes, some wall mounted as if they are switches, some acting as aux switch in 3-way applications, some on pedestals for bedside use. But I’m happy to use Z-Wave as well, and Zigbee is commonly used with Caseta systems, since Lutron’s motion sensors work only with RA2.
Three of the four homes have Alexa integrations used in larger living areas where motion lighting doesn’t work. “Alexa, set Living Room to 30” is heard in these spaces, or “Alexa, turn off Kitchen”.
Read between the lines: Hubitat has been in continuous use in aggressive installations for many months. We’ve worked hard to make it the best home automation product in the market. It will work well for you also.