Does Your Smart Home Company Offer You Custom Solutions?
Don’t Waste Time on One-Size-Fits-All
If you’ve been following our blog, you know the right questions to ask your smart home company before you invest in them. And you also now that they should be on your side throughout the whole process.
But it’s also important to find out if your integrator works to fit your needs or if they only offer one-size-fits-all solutions.
What does that mean? It means they pressure you into building more than you need or want, so they can boost their own margins.
Your smart home should be the size, shape, and configuration that will make you happy—whether it’s your entire property, a few rooms, or even just a single room.
In this blog, we’ll show you some of the ways you can customize the technology in your Glen Ellyn-Wheaton home to fit your lifestyle, not the other way around.
Just keep reading for more.
See Also: Greater Customization, Greater Control
Have you ever gone downtown and spent any time in the tourist shops along Michigan Avenue?
You’ll see a lot of clothing and hats. None of it fits too well, but the point is the experience. You don’t care if the shirt is a little big, or if the hat doesn’t quite fit. It’s all about the memories.
But when you’re buying a new suit, you go to the tailor and get it fitted. That’s because your suit is an active part of your lifestyle. The shirt from Willis Tower is just a souvenir. If it gets lost in the closet, you won’t care that much.
That’s not an attitude you want to have with your smart home. When built correctly, your system should actively make your lifestyle simpler. If you get the wrong size, much of it will just fall to the back of the closet.
That’s why we offer plenty of different options. You can customize a single room, like a home theater, to get you started. Once you’ve gotten used to the idea, maybe upgrade with a system for the entire downstairs area. After a while, you’ll want to upgrade your entire property.
Your system should be built specifically for scalability—that means you’ll have the option to upgrade in the future if you want it.
Finding the Technology
Of course, you also shouldn’t be forced to use technology you don’t like. Build the system you want with the devices you love.
Want a hardwired audio setup in the main house, but a wireless system in the guest house? Or love the idea of surveillance cameras, but want to avoid digital locks?
Your system is the one you want. And you shouldn’t have to spend money on the devices you don’t need, or waste time learning the systems you don’t want.
Finding a smart home company you can trust goes a long way in building the system you’ll love. If you want to get the most out of your Glen Ellyn-Wheaton home’s automated technology, just click here.