Dracut, Massachusetts, November 4, 2014 — Concept (www.con-cept.us), the Massachusetts based company known for design, installation and service of the most advanced home systems available can provide a home automation system to meet the needs of any home owner.
“Our home automation system designers start by working with a homeowner to identify what they are looking for in a home automation system,” said Neal Boissonneault, President of Concept. “This is such a rapidly involving field that we often let them know of the many new things that are available,” he said.
With needs established and a clear vision of what’s available, the designer then helps the homeowner establish a budget for his or her home automation system or wireless home automation system and a design is created.
According to Boissonneault, some clients simply want to be able to control lights and temperature in their home from their smart phone. Others want a complete wireless home automation system that controls everything from window blinds and the garage door operation, to audio and video in every room in the house.
“When it comes to installing these systems, experience matters,” Boissonneault said. “Our designers, programmers, and installers have implemented these types of systems throughout New England and we can custom-design a solution for any home,” he said. To learn more about the wired home automation system or wireless home automation system for your needs, visit www.con-cept.us
As part of Boissonneault Electric Corp, Concept was established in 2009 to design, install and service state-of —the-art lighting, video, audio, security, climate and automation solutions to the commercial and residential markets. A distinct difference between Concept and other systems providers is that, because is a part of Boissonneault Electric, installation and service technicians are licensed in Maine, Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Because Concept thoroughly trains everyone on staff they can provide a level of service and professionalism that is unprecedented in the industry. For more information: http://www.con-cept.us