PITTSBURGH, PENNSLYVANIA, August 1, 2019 – We are thrilled to announce that Pittsburgh Custom Home Theater, a design-build audio video, smart home integration company is changing only the name of the company to Pittsburgh Custom Home Technologies, which is a more accurate name reflecting what the company has transformed into over the past 20 years. Ownership and company structure remain the same with founder and CEO, Greg Calvimontes, an industry veteran still at the helm. Greg continues to be committed to growing his company and the industry teaching fellow integrators at the annual CEDIA EXPO. “The name change was an eventuality as the work we do today has evolved, as home technology today includes so much more than when we first started with home theater,” said Greg.
These days services cover designing and installing smart home automation, which consists of a range of technology integration that enables you to control with a push of a button or voice command things such as lighting, blinds, audio-video, temperature and appliances. Envision lights that automatically light up as you walk into your home and window treatments that adjust at pre-set times to avoid glare. How about being able to turn off all lighting, audio, TVs, and turn on security from the comfort of your bed as you get ready to turn in for the night? This is the type of magic Pittsburgh Custom Home Technologies can make happen – it’s why Millcraft, a sixty-year old Western Pennsylvania real estate developer and management company selected Pittsburgh Custom Home Technologies to do the smart home and integration work on their latest luxury condo project, Lumiere at 350 Oliver Avenue in downtown Pittsburgh. “We work with only the best,” said Chad Wheatley, SVP of Development and Construction at Millcraft. This is in-line with the many accolades that Greg and his team continues to receive as client personalization requires experts to professionally design and install custom home automation technology.
In addition, Pittsburgh Custom Home Technologies is collaborating with interior designer Lynne Tocchet of Creative Designs and Pittsburgh Magazine on a project to be featured as the 2019 Ultimate House, so stay tuned. We can’t wait to see the finished project. Follow Pittsburgh Custom Home Technologies on Facebook and LinkedIn for updates.