Choosing to invest in new or upgraded low voltage cabling can result in costly retrofits later if the system you have installed was not designed to fit your needs or designed to integrate future technology. When you choose to have an electrician install your cable system, you risk losing performance in the future of your system.
Think of your smart home as a large computer operating the daily functions of your home. Would you ask an electrician to troubleshoot your computer? Probably not, they aren’t versed in such technology. This is why its imperative to hire a Licensed Low Voltage Contractor to design and install this type of valuable system.
Choosing to install whole house cabling is a great investment when done right. It will increase the value of your home and helps you complete everyday tasks seamlessly.
1. Low Voltage Contractors Are On Top Of Technology
Certified installers are trained in all the latest industry standards, technology shifts, and what the potentials are for the future. They are the first to be trained on new hardware, wiring, and gear. They spend many hours on special training sessions with the developers of new products and technology.
Using a trained technician offers you peace of mind and saves time and money in the long run.
2. Contractors Offer Valuable Product Warranties
Working with a low voltage contractor who has designed your system from the ground up, means that you know what’s being installed is tailored to your specific needs and the upgrades you would like to see in the future can be easily added in when you are ready. When you choose Digital Living to design your system, you get the satisfaction of knowing that your system was installed correctly and if anything we designed fails, we will be able to correct the issues at no cost to you.
3. Less human error
Mistakes and errors are reduced when you let a hands-on trained professional install and connect your cabling infrastructure. Knowing your system was installed correctly gives you piece of mind when it comes to performance. You can expect fewer network and new component issues down the line. Yes, even something as simple as paring a new component can be problematic if the original install did not have the proper connective end installed in the location you need.
4. Faster Installation No Matter What
Many challenges arise during installs. Professionals run into these challenges as well, however, they have more knowledge on how to work around certain difficulties and can even fabricate solutions for your specific issues. This makes a professional install much faster, safer, and precise.
Remember, a stitch in time saves 9. There is truth to this old adage. Have a licensed low voltage contractor design and install your system today so that tomorrow, you won’t be paying for costly retrofits.
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