HIS Security: Building technology in your home

6 Things to Know

HIS Security will be exhibiting at the Dogwood Arts House & Garden Show. The company doesn’t just sell security alarms, but they are a whole-house low-voltage provider.

Here’s their advice if you are thinking about remodeling your existing home or building a new house.

Consideration #1

Include low-voltage technology in your plans from the get-go. Technology upgrades give a great return on investment, both financially and in practical day-to-day use.

Consideration #2

What is considered low-voltage? Smart Home Automation, Security Systems, Surveillance Cameras, Internet Connections, and Entertainment (A/V) to name the main areas of consideration when planning.

Consideration #3

What changes the fastest? HVAC, Plumbing, Countertops, or Technology? Why would you leave out something that you depend on every day? With technology changing so rapidly, get good advice from a professional!

Consideration #4

Everything is “wireless” now right? What about signal strength? Battery management? Sometimes there might be a better solution if you can integrate it during construction.

Consideration #5

Construction is expensive. You want to include every cost into your construction loan. Don’t leave technology upgrades out, and leave yourself without the financial wherewithal to do what you want and need.

Consideration #6

Actually consult with a professional like Scott from His Security. Professional advice is invaluable for finding out what you don’t know, what your options are, and how to best integrate those upgrades into your remodeling or building plans.
 

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