These days modern homeowners are looking for their new properties to have smart technology incorporated into the build. And if you’re an architect or designer, that might seem a bit daunting to take on.
What does smart home automation mean for you? If your clients are looking for these smart solutions in their homes, then it’s vital you learn about these features and how you can include them in your constructions and plans.
In this blog, we’ll go through the basics of home automation, and how you can bring this tech to your Bergen County, NJ clients.
Read on below for more!
SO, WHAT IS HOME AUTOMATION?
Essentially, home automation and smart control is the concept of integrating the entirety of a home’s smart technology into one centralized system. This system will work and run so seamlessly that the house can anticipate its owner’s every need.
With a push of a button, a homeowner can brighten or dim lights in a room, lower their motorized shades a third of the way down, arm their security system, and adjust their smart thermostat.
The great news? While you might be designing or building a home for your client, you won’t need to learn the ins and outs of smart automation overnight. You can let your trusted smart home company handle the technical side of things.
You’ll work together in constant communication with your team of automation experts, so that you’re all on the same page, and that your design and building plans take the smart technology installations in consideration.
YOUR ROLE FOR THE INSTALLATION
A lot of what needs to happen for a smooth and seamless build and smart tech installation is in the pre-construction steps.
As you plan out your layout or interior design elements, you can work with the professional tech installers to take the pre-wiring needed into account. That way every technology can feed back into the home network effectively, and without any obstacles.
Your experts can help you determine how your project plans can work around and with the pre-wiring in the home. And after you’re done going through your designs, it’s time to step back and let the experts work on the installations.
This gives you all the time and space you need to focus solely on your part of the project, and in the end, you’ll all make your clients’ desired vision into a smart home reality.
Want to learn more about working with a smart home company to incorporate home automation into your next new build? We’ve got you covered.
Total Home Tech has the smart tech experts that are here to make any installations a breeze. Give us a call or fill out our online contact form – we’d love to hear from you!