WHEN SHOULD A CUSTOM INTEGRATOR MEET WITH A BUILDER AND/OR CONTRACTOR?
The sooner we are introduced to a project the better. Being brought in early allows us time to review the proposed floorplans and become acquainted with the project at hand. Once we know what type of technology package is required, we can provide documentation that is needed to all professionals working the project. We will make product recommendations and ensure they are compatible with the proposed design.
HOW DO WE BECOME INVOLVED IN A PROJECT?
Branson Design Group can become involved with builders and contractors in several ways:
- Client involves us directly
- Other trade professional on the project brings us in (Architect, Designer)
- Builder/Contractor brings us in
- We operate as a department of your firm
- Since you are the client, we bill you and you bill the homeowner (unless otherwise arranged)
WE INSTRUCT NARI/NAHB CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES
At Branson Design Group we understand that learning doesn’t stop once our trade partners receive a license or board certification. We feel that teams who have a better understanding of the materials, equipment and processes involved on a project are the most successful. Knowing the benefits of audio/visual technology and how to properly plan for it eliminates guesswork, confusion, and costly mistakes, resulting in a more satisfied client. For that reason, Branson Design Group can offer courses to industry professionals to allow them to better understand custom integration all while earning Continued Education Units (CEUs).