April 20th, 2018 12:00am
If you operate a design-build firm here in Arizona, you likely already have heard about the emergence of smart home technology.
Not only are homeowners adding smart systems to their existing homes, but they are beginning to demand them in new-construction houses as well.
At the top of the list of smart home components that new homebuyers are looking for? Security.
How is your firm adjusting to this increased demand?
In this post, we explore what design-build firms here in the Scottsdale area need to know about smart home security.
The most recent Coldwell Banker Real Estate Smart Home Marketplace Survey, released in January 2018, revealed some notable statistics regarding homeowner demand for smart security technology.
The survey asked 3,000 potential homebuyers in 2018 what smart security technology they wanted pre-installed in their homes – technology that not only can be accessed and controlled remotely but also can send mobile alerts to the homeowner in the event of any unusual activity.
Here are the results of that survey:
What should these results mean to you, as a homebuilder?
Whether you’re building a brand-new development or are working on the construction of a home for a client, you should be aware of this increased consumer demand and be prepared to include these technologies in your projects.
Including smart home security technology in your projects doesn’t have to be a daunting task. In fact, it can be simple with the help of our team of installation professionals.
When you partner with our team of home technology professionals, you can prepare your construction projects for smart security long before the build even begins.
During the design phase of your efforts, our team can work with you so that you can account for how technology will affect your work. That way, you can adjust your blueprints to include the infrastructure for smart security, long before construction actually starts.
As your team constructs your client’s home, our installation experts can begin the infrastructure prewiring process – placing the wiring and cables necessary to support smart home security throughout the house, such as alarms, motion sensors, surveillance cameras, and more.
Once the drywall is installed, our team can then expertly connect security devices for your clients.
Best of all, we at Automated Environments offer far more than just custom security services. We can be your go-to partner for home technology installations, from automation to audio video distribution to home theaters and more.
Interested in learning more about what it means to partner your design-build firm with our team of home technology experts?
Contact us today by either calling us at 480.725.8134 or by clicking here.
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