October 2012: Focus on the Residential Market

 

McGraw-Hill has predicted that multifamily housing will rise 19 percent in dollars and 18 percent in

Before tablet computers and smartphones were so common, home automation was for homeowners and devel


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October 2012
According to “Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2012,” a joint report by Price Waterhouse Coopers (PwC) and the Urban Land Institute, most developers and homebuilders have remain READ MORE
October 2012
For low-voltage contractors eager to seize more market share in the residential sector, home automation may be where ground can be gained. READ MORE
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Classic Electric & Consulting, Oceano, Calif., devotes about 20 to 30 percent of its time and resources to low-voltage work. READ MORE
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Before tablet computers and smartphones were so common, home automation was for homeowners and developers who could pay the high price. READ MORE
October 2012
There’s little doubt that, in the ongoing phase-out of inefficient incandescent lamps, the homeowner is the most uninformed, concerned and resistant of the electrical contrac READ MORE

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