You’ve found the perfect time to install smart home control and similar systems that require extra time, wiring or materials.
Remodeling your home is a hectic, time-intensive, expensive endeavor, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t present opportunities for positive change. After all, change is what you’re after when you make major alterations to your home, so you might as well take advantage of this chance you’ve been given.
With that in mind, a remodel is the perfect time to install home automation systems, particularly anything that requires access to your walls. Here are some devices you can add to your smart home control system that will make your Paradise Valley, AZ, home more comfortable, safe and inviting.
Choose the Right Solution for Your Business
Whether you’re just starting out or taking your Chandler, AZ, business to the next level, you’ve probably considered upgrading your business security system. A great place to start is with a video surveillance system that helps you keep an eye on things throughout the day and night. Of course, if you've done any research on the topic, you may realize there are lots of different options available. It can get complicated -- but this blog will simplify some of those details. Keep reading to find out what you need to know about smart surveillance.
Just like Electrical and Plumbing, Smart Home Integration Takes a Pro
Today’s homebuyers and homeowners are increasingly interested in integrating smart features in their next home. A recent study by CEPro, a magazine for professional integrators, showed that the knowledge and interest in smart home technology have increased dramatically in the past five years. Much of this is in no small part due to the popularity of smart consumer products like the Nest thermostat, Ring video doorbell, and the Amazon Echo speaker with Alexa.
If you are an architect, builder, or designer, you are likely familiar with smart home tech and understand that your clients are interested in it. But you are an expert in your field and are not expected to follow a rapidly changing space like smart home automation closely. You might lay out an electrical plan for a project, but an electrical contractor is typically the one who will work the details and install it.
How Commercial Audio Video Systems Boost the Bottom Line
As a business owner, you are always looking for ways to serve customers better, make your operations more efficient, and grow the bottom line. But if you are running a service business, there aren’t always machines to automate what your people do. You may think about software to manage financial and accounting information and other areas but perhaps are not familiar with the ways other aspects of automation can help your company.
If you employ any audio and video technology in your company for entertainment or collaboration purposes, you may be missing out on some opportunities to make that technology add additional value to your business, both in increased efficiency and as ways to provide your clients and customers a better experience.
If you are running restaurant or bar, a medical or service office, or a professional workspace in Scottsdale, our commercial audio-video partner Control4 has cost-effective automation solutions to enable better customer experiences and save your staff and employees valuable time and energy.
Let’s look at a few examples.