So here's the truth, only 30-40% of our Design Clients actually end up wiring and installing their own systems.
Many of them hire local contractors, electricians, or even fly us out.
When Clients plan to DIY, they become experts on their own Smart Home. That's not hype either.
Our friend Steve in Miami. He can tell you more about Smart Homes than most the Sales Reps in the industry.
Sure he doesn't get it on Greg's level technically, but he understands clearly the Smart Home tech for his personal home, and why one system, or product was better than another for his application.
So why does that matter? There's too many variables with Smart Homes. And poor system design leads to poor user experience.
When you try to DIY your system, you begin to understand the importance of System Design. And you make better buying decisions.
You understand how your own system is going to perform, and why. Which most importantly means that you're expectations of the finished design will match your actual user experience.
And our Clients that actually DIY their Smart Home, are the most confident using it.
I've watched this for 2 years now, and our happiest Clients design their systems like they're going to DIY.