Explore Our Process of Building Custom Home Cinemas
Perhaps you are ready to add a dedicated home theater to your property. You have decided to make the financial commitment and are prepared to build the ultimate entertainment space within your house.
Now what? What are the next steps you should take?
Immediately, you should get in touch with your local home cinema expert.
Below, we explore what you can expect from partnering with a home theater installation professional for your custom cinema project in the Asheville, NC or Greenville, SC area.
Explore How Integrated Control Can Enhance Your Private Cinema
Think, for a moment, about all of the technology components that go into your home theater.
There are lights, your projector, an audio/video receiver, speakers and perhaps so much more – like media-streaming devices, cable or satellite boxes, Blu-ray players and even video game systems.
Then consider how you have to operate each device independently. It’s a time-consuming and inefficient process.
It’s understandable how you might even think readying your home cinema for a movie can be a nuisance. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
When you partner with a professional home theater installation expert, you can add a custom control system to manage the technology in your Greenville, South Carolina home cinema.
What does that mean, and how can it enhance your viewing experience? Just keep reading to find out!
Optimizing Your Home Theater Installation for Audio
Love the idea of a private home theater?
You’re not alone; homeowners in Asheville, NC and around the country want a fully optimized space where they can enjoy their favorite movies, sports and TV shows.
But many homeowners also tend to focus on the kind of technology they’re planning to install, not the room itself.
In this blog, we’ll show you how you can ensure perfect audio quality in your home theater installation.
Ready to learn more? Just keep reading.
Avoid Costly Re-Work on Your Firm’s New-Home Construction
This happens more often than it should: We come in to a new-construction home just as the last piece of drywall is being put up.
It’s not an ideal situation. After all, we’ll have to break into it to start running wires, we’ll have to cut into it to install speaker. And there’s other annoying issues.
The project takes longer and if there’s any major construction going on – like a new custom home theater – it can directly impact how long our building partners have to stay on site.
In other words, if you’re a builder working on a new-construction home and the homeowners need a smart home automation system, its always better to start working with custom integrators sooner rather than later.
Don’t worry, it’s not that hard. Below, we’ve listed a few of the most common situations where integrator input could be useful. Just keep reading for more.