Save Time and Money While Preparing the Broadband Home
Essex, CT (PRWEB) January 12, 2009
Homepath Products, LLC published a white paper on its web site today describing the advantages that can be achieved by installing low voltage conduit systems during new home construction or renovation. The paper entitled, "Save Time and Money While Preparing the Broadband Home", explains how a system of in-wall conduit systems can help eliminate confusion about when and how to install home communications cabling and other low voltage wiring.
The paper states that the concept of building a "smart" home -- a dwelling wired to accommodate comprehensive home office, home automation, security or home entertainment systems -- may be appealing to many consumers but the cost of doing so is often out of reach. Many homeowners are also confused about the cabling required to support broadband consumer services, home theater, whole house audio, security and home automation. The paper describes a pragmatic approach to preparing a home for future technological advances in consumer electronics and preserving the long-term value of the home.
The paper also describes the eXapath™ in-wall cable conduit system, which provides a cost-effective way to reduce construction material consumption and minimize project waste stream while providing flexibility for the architect, builder, electrician and homeowner. Homeowners are now able to defer the low voltage cable installation in a home until it is needed. The system also provides built-in cabling upgrade paths for the life of the home.
Visit the Homepath Products web site to download a free copy of the white paper.
Homepath Products LLC, a privately-held business based in Essex, Connecticut, designs and markets the eXapath nonmetallic conduit system, an elegant solution made in the USA to enable upgrading residential low voltage cabling. eXapath conduits are practical today . . . prepared for tomorrow™. The company's web site, http://www.homepathproducts.com, features product information, white papers, industry trends and additional information about the future of low voltage home cabling.