Picking an Integrator for Home Automation

April 25th, 2007 |
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For most of us, connecting technology systems is a bit outside our normal capacity. That’s why there are home automation dealers and integrators who can connect separate technologies in the home into a single automated system. Like other tech specialists, the home automation dealer can also share a vision of what is possible — and in many cases, show you how it looks and works in a showroom environment. More importantly, they have the know-how and necessary technical experience to connect home theaters, audio, TV programming in multiple rooms, lighting controls, security, and heating and cooling systems.

As Safe and Sound System‘s Tom Morris tells Brad Baldwin, the home owner needs to make sure that the integrator has installed the system multiple times and that they how to tie the pieces together. If fact, picking the right integrator is likely to lead to a better overall product experience. Picking the wrong integrator will leave a home owner frustrated and with a lot of money missing from their wallet.

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