Lead homeowners to the right networking and integrated technology solutions in their new construction home
With more Americans than ever looking at work-from-home options, it’s critical to consider technology when designing houses throughout Menlo Park. And it’s not just a fad; even before social distancing guidelines were in place in California, more than 66 percent of US businesses offered remote or partially remote arrangements. Additionally, employees who work from home report higher satisfaction and productivity.
An expert designer who understands the latest technology, from AV to home networking, can stand out in a crowded field. Ready to learn more? Keep reading.
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Imagery is essential to effective communication. Ensure home offices are built to accommodate one or more wall-mounted video display. As a designer, you determine the best placement for style and ease-of-use while providing the performance necessary to make the installation seamless.
Video displays should be positioned to capture all the action happening at the other end of the line. Many remote workers are still unsure about using technology to perform the tasks they used to do face to face, so building systems into comfortable, professionally designed rooms make the transition less daunting.
Soundbars and Cameras
An unfortunate byproduct of a home-workspace is that it’s bound to become cluttered in technology. Video monitors mount neatly onto the wall, but you also have to consider soundbars, cameras, and other technologies.
A commercial-quality soundbar is different from what’s in a home theater. It’s designed to facilitate communication between your clients and their team. Conference room soundbars offer built-in, beam-forming microphones that can pick up where speakers are in the room. Collaboration on aesthetically pleasing acoustical panels ensures a great looking and sounding room.
Additionally, cameras can protrude and look like wall-acne. Some soundbars and video monitors come equipped with cameras, but a separate component works for more applications. Smart technology experts like us can help you find the best solution that works for what your clients want.
For homeowners who are working from home, they’re also putting more demand on their networks. With the help of a professional designer — along with a technology expert — they can enjoy the staggering performance in any room. And, more importantly, they can remain productive with lighting-fast response times and robust connections.
Large, private files are shared daily by every company in the world. That means homeowners need secure solutions to keep prying eyes out and a system that’s expansive enough to facilitate all the traffic.
With more robust networking comes more intense wiring. That means structures within the walls and cables run throughout the house. The intelligent interior design hides all traces of the potentially unsightly wiring. So, the client is happy and focused on their workday.
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Work with Palo Alto’s leading smart home technology expert.
At Hermary’s we understand the relationship between style and functionality. We want to build systems our clients will love for years, and that starts by installing them in places they love. If you’re a designer in the northern California area, we want to collaborate with you.
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