The Strengths of Being Both a Commercial & Residential AV Integrator


Bring Your Commercial Skills to Residential Projects—and Vice Versa 

If a prominent business is looking for an integrator to work with, they’ll want to hire an expert. Some think a business owner might overlook the technology integrator that does “resimercial” – that is, residential and commercial – installations, and instead choose a firm that specializes in commercial. Similarly, someone building a five-million-dollar house may be looking specifically for a residential installer. 

But we’re here to demonstrate that AV integrators who work in both commercial and residential spaces have unique strengths that make them just as, if not more, valuable than specialized firms. 

If you’re a technology integrator, you may feel pressure to choose between commercial or residential work. Here’s how you can leverage your experience in both to show clients your capabilities. As an AV integrator who works in both commercial and residential fields in the Dallas, TX, area, we’ll share our insights below. You can learn more by subscribing to our monthly newsletter too! 

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