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ResiWeek 423: Tiny Houses

Let’s Get Legislating

It’s time to look at the latest news and stories for the residential space. Joining us in this endeavor is Katye McGregor-Bennett from KMB Communication and Avi Rosenthal of Bluesalve Partners.

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CEDIA has gone to Washington D.C. to advocate for the custom integration industry. They focused on The Freedom in Invest in Tomorrow’s Workforce Act as well as classifying integrator in the Standard Occupational Classification system. We discuss what could come out of this and the benefits for integrators to be recognized on the federal level.

We covered KBIS 2024 a little bit last week, but we missed out on Lutron’s tiny house showing off their lighting solutions at the show. It seems like the pendulum swings every other year on whether or not an integrator needs a demo space. We discuss the positives and drawbacks of having somewhere to show your clients how their spaces could benefit having smart home technology.

Jay Basen writes about integrating Matter devices alongside Crestron’s smart home offerings. Integration is the key word, but sometimes pairing a many-digit home solution with something on the more economical side doesn’t quite match up. What’s the balance between integration and (for lack of a better term) slap-dash Ork machinery?

Host: Matt Scott
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