Automation of High-Performance Homes (Dec 10 Builders’ Breakfast Webinar)

Event date: December 10, 2020
Showtime: 7:30am - 9:30am
Location: Online (when you register, you will be sent the webinar link)
2 CPD Credits (Pending)

AUTOMATION OF HIGH-PERFORMANCE HOMES
Supporting the Methodology and Improving Overall Homeowner Experience 

 

A modern connected home is filled with smart appliances and electronics, sometimes hundreds of devices and interfaces — Automation is SIMPLICITY MANAGING ABUNDANCE and an important part of enhancing the homeowner experience and strengthening long-term ownership of high-performance homes.  This Builders’ Breakfast live webinar will be moderated by HAVAN-member Michael Freedman from Audio Insider with speakers from three leading home automation technology companies — Lutron, Savant and Crestron —  who will be diving into the value of integration for the builder and homeowner, environmental and energy management opportunities and efficiencies using automation technology, and methodologies of integrating technologies in high-performance homes.  Homeowners are spending more time in their homes due to COVID, and as a result, they are re-evaluating the must-haves in their homes to support their need for safety, comfort, lifestyle and convenience — this webinar will provide builders and designers with a deeper understanding on how technology can meet clients’ needs for a better-performing home.

Learning Highlights:

  • How automation supports the goals of a high-performance building
  • Environmental and energy management opportunities and efficiencies using automation technology in the new or renovated home
  • Methodology for design and install — part of the integrated design process when building high performance
  • Benefits to the builder when integrating technology into the home
  • Value to the homeowner and how the builder can communicate with the homeowner
  • How technology allows everyone to access the home (voice, aging in place) and assist with safety and security inside and outside the home

 

 

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