Homepath Products LLC Introduces eXapathTM, Helping Homes Keep ...
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#1 Feb 16, 2009
Sounds like an interesting idea. However, with the economy in the turmoil it is currently in, who has money for this system? People need to plan where electronics need to be placed and make sure there will be a system ready to go. I prefer running wires and clipping them to the wall or running them inside the wall. No need "rip out walls" as the article states
#2 Feb 17, 2009
Your comments are well taken but looking at it from an economic standpoint this new system actually makes a lot of sense. If you're building a new home or remodeling during tough times, installing these pathways allows you to defer the expensive decisions (wiring and electronic gear) until you can afford them. By nature of the eXapath design, the homeowner, or their chosen installer, can easily add media outlets, from floor to ceiling, after the drywall is in place. It's really designed to add flexibility for the homeowner and to enable the homeowner to more easily adopt next generation consumer electronics in the years to come.
Keep an eye on our web site ( www.homepathproducts.com ) as we'll be releasing a short video that demonstrates how the system works in the very near future.
Thanks for your interest.
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