When improving your home, your first priority should always be what works best for your family, however, you also should look at it from your future buyers eyes even if you’re not planning on selling for years to come. Here is some excellent insight from Lynn Hoffman, Sustainable Interior Designer of Lynn Hoffman Design.
If you are planning to build a new home or renovate your existing one, you will need to make a lot of planning and design decisions to guarantee the results will best reflect and satisfy the specific needs of your family. Properly plan your project from the beginning, using a skilled contractor who understands the design, configuration, and installation of home automation.
Future proofing will ensure that your home will not become obsolete in an age of ever evolving technology and lifestyle choices. Today’s families are spending more time in their homes. A home that is well wired will accommodate a home office, top-notch entertainment system, excellent communication, and home security.
Future proofing your home requires you to think out of the box. Stay up-to-date with technology trends, think beyond the present, and into the future, so you are capable of making the wisest infrastructure and design choices.