When considering LED tape set-ups, it's important to understand how zones work, when pairing with a remote control.
Generally speaking, there is no limit to how many Controllers and Drivers can be installed in any one place - you can pair as many controllers as you need to the same remote control zone, so that all lighting installations can be controlled concurrently.
This can be especially useful, if for example, you wish to install some LED strips in a living area, but have a piece of foundation in the way, which prevents you from wiring two runs together. Say you need to install 5m of strip on one side of a fireplace and 5m on the other side but want them to dim at the same time - you would likely need to install separate Controllers, as well as Drivers, but this doesn't mean that you're now creating two zones. With a Single Zone Remote Control, you can simply pair both wireless LED strip controllers to the same zone for the desired result.
Pairing LED strip controllers to one zone is therefore perhaps best with multiple areas, which all run off the same requirements. For homes, it' s more a case-by-case basis; if you know for sure that you will have several areas, each with different requirements that are not meant to interfere with one another, then consider using either multiple zone remote controls, or alternatively assigning a single zone remote control to each room. By doing the latter, you can easily pair 1 remote control to a single room and have as many in the home as you like; the controls, once paired with their specific strip, will not interfere with any other remote control in the household.