Current Home Technologies Wins State Recognition for Excellence in Remodeling

The Building Industry Association of Clark County (BIA) is pleased to announce that member Current Home Technologies LLC has won the Building Industry Association of Washington‘s 2020 Excellence in Remodeling (EIR) Award in the category: Commercial Under $350,000: Showroom.


Developing Current Home Technologies’ showroom evolved into an entirely new business, the 19th Hole on Main. This newly developed showroom and sports bar features Golf Digest’s #1 Luxury Golf Simulator, a Dolby Atmos surround sound system featuring a dual-video design, including an 85-inch 8K television or– with the push of a button– a 120-inch mechanical screen that is integrated into a floating on-wall cabinet. Additional room features include custom-built light clouds that improve the room’s acoustics as well as display various low voltage lighting products and custom-built loudspeakers. The seating bar was designed as a safety barrier for the viewers behind the tee box as well as providing an optimum location to enjoy music and movies on the opposite end of the space. Woodwork designed around the golf area conceals push-to-open doors that provide access to the kitchen area when servicing large group events.


The showroom and entire building have been updated with a Crestron integrated control system that highlights Current Home Technologies’ audio/video, design, and low voltage integration abilities. Wall mounted touch screens allow patrons of the 19th Hole on Main to easily control custom audio, video, lighting, and environmental controls while playing some of the world’s finest golf courses.


Additional key features in this space:

  • Hydraulic simulator tee box – the swing plate moves to match the lie of the ball.
  • Low-voltage architectural lighting that displays circadian rhythm pattern
  • Small aperture speakers, custom-built to match light trims
  • Medical-grade air filtration with DFS technology
  • 8K UHD television, 4K laser projector and a very cool turntable


The EIR awards program recognizes outstanding remodeling projects across Washington, ranging from additions and historic renovations to kitchen and bath updates to entire home transformations at a variety of price points. This year, remodelers from home builders’ associations across the state submitted 32 entries in 19 categories. The Building Industry Association of Washington traditionally honors award winners at a live annual awards ceremony but COVID-19 restrictions forced the organization to cancel its live event for 2020.



The Building Industry Association (BIA) of Clark County is a nonprofit trade association representing the interests of all businesses involved with real estate, land development, homebuilding, and construction.  

The Building Industry Association of Washington is the voice of the housing industry as the state’s largest trade association with nearly 8,200 member companies employing approximately 265,000 people. The association is dedicated to ensuring and enhancing the vitality of the building industry for the benefit of its members and the housing needs of the citizens.