Work with a Low-Voltage Contractor To Set Up Your Next Build for Success

As a builder or architect, you have lots to consider before you start your next build.  From layouts, materials, and the budget – a lot goes into making your homeowners happy with their new smart home.

But one component to your process that you might not have considered is low-voltage wiring – especially before you put up drywall and finish construction.  Plenty of smart technologies rely on low-voltage wiring, so installing it earlier on is easier and less expensive than deciding to add it in down the road.

Working with a low voltage contractor like us can guarantee that you have the proper wiring put in place, so that your Charlotte, NC clients can add in a variety of smart solutions as the years go by without significant rework.

Want to learn more about why low-voltage wiring is essential for any project you work on?  Keep reading on below.

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Why You Need a Low Voltage Contractor on Your Next Project

Why You Need a Low Voltage Contractor on Your Next Project

You have a lot to juggle when running your business, and wiring is one of the most critical aspects of building a new house. It might be tempting to do the installation yourself or to hire an electrician to do the work for you. The smarter choice is to hire a low voltage contractor to save both you and your client money in the long run.

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  1. With a low voltage contractor, your budget will be more accurate.

One of the most important things to consider when building a smart home is your client’s budget. Unexpected expenses can completely throw your budget off and cost you more money. Low voltage contractors can prevent this as they are more familiar with the industry and can give you more accurate estimates on what electrician, HVAC installer, and security subcontractors will cost.

  1. Low voltage contractors allow for a more cohesive design.

By getting a low voltage contractor involved earlier rather than later, your interior designer will better understand what technology you plan to include in the home, which will, in turn, allow them to create a more cohesive design. Your clients will love their carefully planned out home!

  1. Low voltage contractors are up to date on the latest technology.

Low voltage contractors have the most up to date training on industry standards and new technology. They regularly attend workshops and research to stay on top of the latest news. Their commitment saves your client time and money in the future as they won’t have to upgrade their system down the line.

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