Here’s What You Should Expect from a Good Smart Technology Dealer
When it comes to working with a company on any installation involving smart technology, there are many factors to consider. Audio video installations require a partner that not only understands how the technology works, but that can also respond to and resolve any unexpected issues.
There are a lot of benefits to incorporating smart technology into a Suncadia home during the new-build phase. I understand firsthand the importance of having a solid relationship with a smart home company you can trust. I want industry professionals — like architects and builders — to know what to look for in such a company. When approaching a local AV installation, an informed decision about who you work will make all the difference in delivering the best results.
In this blog, I’ll go over some of the qualities you should look for in an installation partner, and why those qualities are important. Just keep reading to learn more.
Experience Smart Possibilities at Our Control4 Certified Showroom
Smart home automation is popular in both new home construction and remodeling. It’s easy to see why – the technology adds convenience, style, and luxury to your property.
It’s also an investment. And any addition to your home is a decision you deserve to feel confident about. To be sure you have the utmost trust in the products and your installer, I highly recommend visiting a showroom to engage with the technology on display.
A manufacturer-certified showroom is the best way to experience the possibilities of integrating smart technology into your home. You won’t have to go far! Our Control4 certified showroom in Bellevue, WA will be having a grand re-opening this month in conjunction with our participation in Control4’s #C4Yourself Day on May 31.
Read on to find out what you can expect at the event. Don’t forget to RSVP!
Why Home Automation Prewiring is Becoming a Must-Have
If you’re a home builder or an architect in the Bellevue, WA area, you should be paying attention to this statistic:
According to S&P Global Market Intelligence research, the United States had an estimated 20.1 million smart homes at the end of 2017.
By the end of 2021, that number is expected to grow to 35.6 million.
The smart home technology and home automation industries are growing at rapid rates, and the truth is that the standard wiring that is usually installed during construction simply isn’t sufficient for smart homes.
One common key to success in any smart home construction project: Accounting for and including home automation prewiring.
In this blog, I’ll share the significance of prewiring and explain how Beyond HiFi works with construction firms to ensure each home is set up for smart technology success!
Don’t Let a Poor Network Affect Your Experience
Recently, the Beyond Hi-Fi team started working on a Control4 smart system in a Seattle, WA area home. This home’s Control4 system had been set up by another smart home company years ago, but the homeowner had found themselves dissatisfied with the system’s performance. Once we started looking into the system’s setup, we found a huge issue: the home network was practically non-existent.