Centralized home technology grows in popularity

Builders of high-end homes must now seriously consider integrating lighting, heating and audio-visual controls into a centralized system in order to ensure its appeal to the luxury homeowner, said McKenzie, who communicates with developers and contractors to continue expanding the use of technology in the local market.

The systems eliminate banks of light switches and dials, make bulky electronic cable and stereo boxes seemingly disappear and give homeowners an added feeling of authority over the thousands of square feet they call home.

Read more: http://www.steamboattoday.com/news/2015/may/10/automated-home-how-integrated-technology-systems-a/

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