We’re going through a transition period in home electronics, and the change from analog to digital systems is just part of it. The real shift is all of our entertainment and communication streams moving to the Internet to take full advantage of smart phones and tablets. It’s an ongoing challenge to keep up with the latest advances – and it’s even tougher to stay on top of how to integrate your existing electronics with the new gadgets.
Most of us still value our older equipment. Maybe we want to watch old VCR tapes, play vinyl records, or just make use of good equipment that’s still functioning properly.
To integrate these legacy components with new devices requires some expertise, and in most places, there’s nowhere for the homeowner to turn to find it – except here in Southern Georgian Bay.
For less than the cost of most home services, Homebuttons will come to your house to install your flat-screen TV, set up your home entertainment system, add speakers, set up a data network, or run a new phone line – whatever electronic needs you have. Better yet, we’ll explain how everything works in plain language.
And if you need accessories or additional components, Homebuttons can customize a solution that fits your home and your lifestyle.
Homebuttons is the one-stop home service for all things electronic in your home. We have served happy clients in Lion’s Head, Wiarton, Owen Sound, Meaford, Thornbury, Town of Blue Mountains, Collingwood, Wasaga Beach, Flesherton, Sauble Beach, Port Elgin, Southampton and all rural areas between.
Your home electronics and entertainment systems should provide satisfaction and enjoyment – not stress. Please call me at 519.270.2797 or email me to discuss how to have it all without the headache.
If you’re renovating or building new, turn to Homebuttons for a plan customized to your needs – and the knowledge to shop around for the best systems at the best possible price, including home automation, lighting and drapery controls, security, audio and video distribution, cell phone amplifiers, data networks, intercom… the list goes on.