Homebuttons provides free consultation and friendly on-site service to home and business owners who want to take full advantage of 21st Century electronics capabilities, from entertainment and communication to security and aging in place. Owner Bill Monahan brings more than 20 years experience in smart homes and custom electronics to meet your specific needs, providing greater expertise at a lower price than any competitors. No job is too big or too small.
Within an hour's drive of Meaford, on-site work is charged at a rate of $75 per hour. Travel time is not charged. Weekend work by appointment, or on-site beyond an hour's drive from Meaford, is charged at a rate of $85 per hour. On larger projects a firm quote is provided.
Yes, at an hourly rate (highly recommended by Leons). Although it is recommended that you purchase the mount where you purchase your TV, Homebuttons can provide both. Supplies including interconnecting cables, wall insert plates, cable enclosures, etc. are usually in the truck.
Yes. In fact, Homebuttons is one of the few, if not the only on-site service that can provide the expertise to integrate your older legacy equipment with the latest digital innovations.
Yes, Homebuttons has trade suppliers who can provide any electronic components or parts, from budget to high-end items. However, the emphasis is on service, so we may suggest to you a source where you can purchase what you need at a lower cost.
Yes, On more complex projects, the process can include design consultation and final trim-out. Each project is unique. Homebuttons works will with general contractors to ensure smooth project completion and cooperation.
Yes. Homebuttons can design, provide and install fully wired or wireless security, to be professionally monitored or self-monitored with phone apps.
No. For service calls, payment is requested in cash, personal cheque or e-transfer upon satisfactory completion of the work. In the rare case where electrical challenges cannot be overcome there is no charge.
Homebuttons can provide the necessary cabling and connections to set up computer networks but does not provide expertise in computer software.
Yes. One of the most important goals in any job is to help consumers feel at ease with modern electronics by patiently instructing how to use them.