Each year homeowners are becoming more energy dependent. To create a live-in ready home, builders and architects need to consider lighting, AV, HVAC, and more. Integrating all of this technology can become overwhelming quickly. Homebuilders can reduce some of the burdens by partnering with a custom integrator like Audio One. We'll help you create standout projects with no cost to your company.
Are you a builder in South Florida? For projects ranging from Miami to West Palm Beach, we can work hand-in-hand to install smart home automation solutions that will make you stand apart from the competition. We take care of all the technical aspects while you can pass the cost on to the owner. Below we highlight some reasons that you should take a closer look at our smart home systems.
Home automation may have started as a niche industry, but now smart technology is expected by most luxury owners. These systems make it easy for them to manage lights, entertainment, security and more from elegant, intuitive devices. Not only will you create a more live-in-ready home for them, but you can increase profits as well! The Consumer Electronics Association reports that one-third of builders experienced increased profits when they added pre-wiring for home theaters, security, and more.
It is cost-effective for you and the end user to have a custom integrator involved in your project from the start. Adding the necessary low-voltage wiring for smart home technology could require you to reopen walls or change plans in the middle of construction. Instead, the experts at Audio One work with you from the start so that you can give your customers the technology systems they want without going over schedule or budget.
In luxury projects, there can be a myriad of technology systems to consider, and they all need to be neatly pre-wired behind walls. We work with builders, interior designers, and electricians to create a streamlined solution. Not only do you get a more efficient installation, but you create a better living environment for your customer.
For example, one aspect that builders love about our smart home automation systems is lighting control. By decreasing the number of switches needed in each room, you can reduce some of your workload. And it's an easy sell for the end user as well who gets a more beautiful home and simpler control solutions via touchpads, keypads, or mobile apps.
Wondering how smart technology can enhance your next project? Schedule an appointment at our Miami or Ft. Lauderdale showrooms to see it in action firsthand!