My wife and I are about to build a new home. We just signed yesterday in fact. Needless to say, we're pretty excited.
So, I met a neighbor who is about to move in, and he let it "slip" that he was able to do all his pre-wiring himself with a "wink-wink" from the Superintendent. (Technically, we're not supposed to be able to do any of our own wiring)
Now that I know this is possible, I am super excited that I can run as much cable as I want, but I am also a little flustered at all the configurations that are possible and all the future proofing to do. Adding to the pressure, the house will be done completely in 4 mos, so I don't have too much time to sit back and bask in joy.
So, if you had it to do over, or even for the first time, what and how many cables would you run to each room in the house? I know I want whole house audio, probably a set of in-walls in each room. Also, at least one CAT 6 in each room. Should I plan on more than one CAT 6 for future automation? That's where I am a little fuzzy on what's needed for those kinds of options.
To give you an idea, here are the rooms that we'll have:
Garage 1 (2 car)
Garage 2 (1 car)
Unfinished for now. (future theater)
Any advice would be greatly appreciated!