Design Your Flow, Innovate Your Life

BlindMule
Baron

turn-key construction project services

Serving Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee in residential and light-commercial networking, audio-visual, automation, and remodeling solutions.

 

What’s in a name?  Sometimes more than you think…We work hard to provide quality services and products and we know you do too.

Here at BlindMule Baron, LLC we have built our reputation on finding a way to get the job done.

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Residential Services

We specialize in home automation, theatre, and remodeling.  Our designs focus on seamless integration with your existing home without a high learning curve for you.

Business Services

Ideas to help small business owners and entrepreneurs to efficiently use existing resources before investing in a ‘one-size fits all solution’ that is geared towards larger companies.

Industrial/Commercial

Technology has transformed industry tremendously since the beginning of the 20th century. We provide a variety of support services that can greatly increase efficiency and reliability.

Case studies

The Morality of Housing Policy

The practice of regulating land use through zoning ordinances has been a part of American society since the early 20th century. Zoning and other planning practices are often viewed as cumbersome bureaucratic nonsense that needlessly regulates the height of our fences or the width of our houses. In reality, however, these regulations are the tools for the implementation of public policies that dictate the very make-up of our communities.

The Economic Benefits of Historic Preservation in Rural America

Local city government is always where policy meets reality. And ironically, local city government is the place where the deficits of the public administration system are most glaring. One policy that has surfaced over the last decades is the use of historic preservation ordinances and policy to help alleviate the problems affecting economically depressed areas of urban and rural communities.

Can Technology Save the Construction Industry?

The shortage of skilled labor will be a continual concern of the construction industry especially for the next 3-5 years. Technology will play a key role in developing a new workforce and increasing efficiency in product delivery.

Service Area

Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee

Phone

205-440-2661

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