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As smart homes grow in popularity, homebuilders are taking notice and partnering with integrators to install prewired automation systems into new properties to accommodate customers’ demands. But even though smart homes are increasingly popping up on the market doesn’t mean all homes have been prepped for smart technology.

If you’re interested in joining the world of home automation, chances are you need some guidance on how to get started. Below, we’ve answered some of your common questions about preparing a robust cabling installation for all of the integrated technologies you’d like to incorporate into your University Park, TX home. Read on to see our answers!


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