Technology has become a crucial part of our daily lives; without it, we seem lost. When owning a property with great design and architecture, we may find that technology tends to break with the planned aesthetic. But great advances in home technology allow us to integrate entertainment, control and lifestyle systems without interfering with the look of your home. Read on to learn how hidden technology fits seamlessly into your Bentonville, AR home.
A centralized control system that allows you to distribute your media to every room in the house without using multiple AV components. Centralized control also allows you to have much simpler and less invasive cable management, as things like media servers and cable boxes can stay hidden away in media cabinets and distributed to each room. Centralized systems for lighting are just as useful, as you’re able to reduce the number of panels and switches on the walls for a more streamlined look free of wall acne.
For many audiophiles, quality audio throughout the home is a must-have. Excellent audio does not require the installation of large speakers throughout the residence. Now you can enjoy whole home audio with zero visual interference. In-wall speakers are the perfect solution to your aural needs. In-ceiling speakers are installed in recesses similar to lighting troffers and blend seamlessly with surrounding finishes.
Connected to an audio distribution system, in-ceiling speakers allow you to bring your favorite music to all or just parts of your home. From your control system, you will be able to select the music library of your choice and play your songs in the optimal quality in every room of your home without having to deal with any electronic clutter.
Hidden televisions can be a great integration into your smart home without having to dedicate a large space for installation. Now you can hide the TV inside a mirror or behind a piece of art. With the push of a button, you can uncover the TV mounted on the wall, hidden in a media cabinet or an in-ceiling niche. With that same button, return it to its place without anyone knowing there is a TV there. Mirror TVs only need to be turned on to view the content, and the mirror-like coating will fade with the brightness of the TV.
The options for integrating state-of-the-art technology into your home are diverse, and all of them will blend seamlessly with the architecture of your home. Let us help you! Contact us to schedule a no-obligation consultation.