Test Your Knowledge of Home Technology
“Smart technology” is becoming an integral part of everyday life, especially in a tech hub like Portland, Oregon. And yet many homeowners are still hesitant to join the home automation movement, making their properties more efficient, comfortable, and secure through custom electronics. Why is that? Perhaps it’s because they don’t have a clear idea of what automation is or how it can benefit them. To help debunk some of the misconceptions out there, we’ve listed the top myths about custom home electronics. Keep reading to see if you’ve got a solid understanding of automation.
Getting to Know Custom Electronics Systems
When you hear the term “smart home,” it might bring a scene from The Jetsons to mind. We may not have flying cars or robot maids, but what we do have are custom electronics systems that make life easier and better on a regular basis. If you’re just now exploring home automation technology, you may not know the full extent of what’s possible. In this blog, we break down what this technology is and how you can start enjoying it in your Vancouver, WA area property.
Take Advantage of Technology in Your Business
Building automation is taking the Portland area by storm. If you’re unfamiliar with this commercial technology, it’s a way to easily control all the building’s devices with a central management system (as well as make some traditionally “dumb” building components, such as window shades, much smarter). But why are so many businesses throughout Oregon embracing building automation? We cover three good reasons below.
Create Rooms Custom-Built for Flawless Media Enjoyment
Home media rooms can be tricky to design. Not quite dedicated home theaters, not quite traditional living rooms, these rooms are often left intentionally vague as a sort of “catch all” for however the homeowner wants to use the space. However, that doesn’t have to be the case at all. Continue reading to learn the most important things architects need to know when planning a stellar home media room in the Portland, Oregon area.