ATTYWON stands for "All The Technology You Want Or Need" and we mean that. We provide installation and service for the following:
- smart home (and office)
- home theater
- WiFi and networks
- digital signage solutions
- home automation
- lighting and shades control
- nest thermostats
- Multi-room Audio/Video
- Whole Home WiFi
- CCTV Surveillance, Alarms, Intercoms
- Structured Wiring
We work with all brands. Does that seem cliche? Well, they way we look at it is that we do not limit ourselves to a specific brand or set of brands because we work for our clients, not the manufacturers. Rather than push a specific brand we listen closely to the needs of our clients and recommend the brands and units that would work best for them, depending on needs and budget. We stick to reliable brands, with companies that have a solid record for producing and supporting quality products.
Questions and Answers
What we may not know about you?
We love our work but it's not all fun and games to us; we are serious about installations and very conscious of our reputation. If there is a problem we would rather be told and given that chance to face it and correct it than simply ignore it, even if it is small issue.
Do you offer any service after finishing the work?
Maintenance, training, technical support, updates/upgrades, in-warranty and out-of-warranty repairs or replacements.
How many projects do you average in a year?
How can we save money hiring you?
Do your homework. There are always ways to save money but one should avoid resorting to cheap equipment from unknown or unproven sources. The bottom line is that if you want to save money you need to reduce the amount of parts, time and complexity of your project. Do not cut corners; use a budget line component from a known brand rather than an off-brand product that boasts a lot of bells and whistles.
What is important to know about your profession?
How much time, energy and cumulative-knowledge it takes to plan, design and properly install each system. Many so-called installers come and slap together some parts that are trending but they are not properly connected, grounded or configured. There needs to be a proper foundation for a system to work reliably for a long term. It also costs time and resources to answer support calls so be respectful of the installer's time and pay attention when you are being trained.
What do you recommend to know before hiring you?
Know your home, your space, your existing systems and most importantly have some idea of what you want. If let an installer come up with your design and also tell you what you want entirely you may not get what you expect and end up paying a lot more.
What questions should a customer ask before hiring you?
How long have you been in business?Are you always available for service and follow-ups?
We got started many years ago by doing what we love, playing with electronics. This is not just a job for us, it is a lifestyle and a career. We always learn new ways to implement and install systems. We are constantly learning about tinkering with the latest tech so we have a broad and solid familiarity will virtually all home technology products on the market.
What types of jobs are the most common?
These days whole-home WiFi, multi-room audio and media rooms (or theaters). People also like to control their lights and thermostats from their seat or outside their home.
What are you most proud of?
We are proud of every job we do or we don't consider the work finished. Projects that stand out the most to us as fully integrated homes. We have installed a number of homes with audio and video throughout the house as well as lighting, shades and thermostats that can be controlled from any iPhone, iPad or remote inside and outside the home.
What kind of questions do customers ask you?
Q: How much?Q: When can you start?