Home Technology Association Certified Installer

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Is Proudly HTA Certified


When you hire someone to enhance your Hilton Head or Bluffton house, the home technology installers you choose will have an immense impact on how you live in your home. Home Technology Association, a non-biased third party organization, has taken the guesswork out of deciding who is trustworthy, who is technically qualified, and who will ensure that you – the customer – is taken care of, long after your home technology installation is complete. When you hire home technology installers who have been evaluated and certified to meet HTA standards, you can rest easy in the knowledge that you will love your new home technology installation.

  • Seasoned professionals with proven technical expertise


  • Phenomenal, ongoing aftercare service


  • Endorsements from manufacturers, local industry peers, and design/build professionals
  • Background checks for all new employees


  • Proven, strong business performance


  • Ability to deliver high-performance enterprise-grade computer networks and AV solutions

Read About The Standards From The HTA Themselves: HTA Standards

What Does the HTA Do?

The Home Technology Association Certification system is the first and only industry standard of excellence for home technology installation companies. In an industry that has no barriers to entry, the HTA has created a rigorous set of standards for home technology companies to adhere to. The firms that meet the 60+ points of evaluation criteria are granted certification status. Once HTA Certified, these firms must commit to maintaining the high standards of HTA Certification or risk losing certification.

Once a firm passes the certification, the firm’s information is published on the HTA website to empower consumers and design/build professionals to find the very best companies in their area. HTA Certified firms are assigned one of three tiers based on the typical project they excel with, and these are: Estate, Luxury, and Foundation. An explanation of the HTA Certification requirements and tier definitions may be read by clicking here. These designations help consumers find a great company to partner with based on project budget, home value, service requirements, scale, and complexity.

“Our mission is to connect homeowners with the most reputable and qualified professionals in the home technology industry.” – John Christian, HTA Director of Certification

Home Technology Budgeting Tool

One of the most time consuming tasks for a homeowner is gathering and understanding how to budget for a large scale home technology project. The HTA has created a standardized budgeting tool to make this simple and painless. This tool will help you understand what you should expect to spend on a new home technology project.

In less than 20 questions you will receive a realistic budget range for various technology options in your home. This often takes 5 minutes or less. The calculated price includes labor, accessories, and design & engineering. Tax not included.

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