Builders in British Columbia and California have a way to complete more homes without increasing the number of skilled laborers in their employ.
This February, Alberta became the first province to update its building code to allow for wireless control of electricity in new residential construction. Alberta government officials and business leaders put a spotlight on the change at an event this Tuesday. The #AlbertaBuilderAdvantage event was hosted by Levven Electronics. CBC News was present to cover the…
Strategy for home builders to add smart technology features without increasing the base cost of the home.
A home builder hits their target to build and sell 100 homes last year. All things being equal, how can they grow in 2018?
Levven Electronics president James Keirstead spoke at yesterday’s PWC Vision to Reality Awards in Edmonton. This award program seeks to recognize Canada’s most forward-thinking and innovative organizations.
Smart Wi-Fi light switch devices allow a user to control of power from a smartphone app or a button on the wall. Learn the pros and cons of Wi-Fi switches.
When Doug Cabel signed the contract to build a new hair salon in Leduc, Alberta, he had no idea how important wire-free switches would become in his professional life.
Wireless and wire-free are sometimes used interchangeably to describe light switches. In fact, these technologies offer very different outcomes and value.
The majority of today’s home buyers are expecting builders to have an array of smart home and tech options for their new build. Standardizing on a tech feature, even for a short period, is a risk for the builder.
Why isn’t the supply of new homes isn’t growing even while home prices are increasing? Taylor Morrison Chairman & CEO Sheryl Palmer discussed this problem with Bloomberg Daybreak host David Westin.