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ngaging an architect or designer has
become common practice when building
or renovating a high-value home. While
good advice and careful planning may cost slightly
more at the beginning, it often provides large cost
and time savings in the long run.
The same philosophy can be applied to your
home’s technological and electrical aspects, which
can include everything, from lighting, intercoms,
security systems and computers to music,
television and automated blinds and awnings.
By giving careful thought to these elements,
you are not only improving the user-friendliness
of your home, but also ‘future-proofing’ it and
potentially increasing its resale value. Simple
things, like having enough telephone or television
points during construction, can often avoid the
inconvenience of having to install them later on.
Gemtek Automation provides a comprehensive
electrical and ‘extra-low voltage’ consultation, and
a design service to meet individual requirements.
The team uses the latest computer-aided design
technology to prepare detailed drawings so that
clients can visualise the end result.
Before the building process begins, Gemtek’s
own installers will specify the quantities and
locations of individual items for installation and
later servicing. Not only does this help meet the
client’s design brief, it also avoids confusion when
it comes to cabling and fitting the items.
From initial consultation and design, to
the installation of electrical, communications,
entertainment and security products, Gemtek
Automation can take care of the entire process
with products from major suppliers.
The company has more than 25 years’ combined
industry experience and has worked on many
high-calibre homes, so clients can expect reliable,
easy-to-understand advice and service.
In the increasingly complicated world of
advanced technologies, Gemtek Automation
provides reliable, easy-to-understand design advice.
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