A Professional Integrator Ensures these Mistakes Don’t Happen
TAGS: Control system | Hidden speakers | Smart technology
So you’re ready to upgrade your home’s audio/video system; what now? Many homeowners are eager to shop for equipment and incorporate the latest technology into their home. But jumping straight to purchasing speakers or a receiver without being informed about how it interacts with different room layouts and with other equipment isn’t such a smart move.
With our professional experience in the industry, we’re aware of what can go wrong in a home audio video setup and how to prevent those mistakes from happening in the first place. When approaching your Colorado home’s AV installation, working with a seasoned, professional integrator is a strategic move that will save you time and stress while ensuring that your setup is completed correctly the first time — not after several attempts and headaches along the way.
In this blog, we will look at three common mistakes homeowners make in their AV setup, and how you can avoid them.
Find Out Similarities and Differences Between Home Cinemas and Media Rooms
TAGS: Home Theater Design | Home Theater Installation | Media Room Design
Have you ever wanted to watch your favorite films in movie-theater quality, right in the comfort of your own home?
If so, you might already be familiar with the concept of a home cinema.
From anywhere in your house, our local team of home cinema design experts can help you build a space that delivers a best-in-class viewing and listening experience.
Two of the most common viewing environments our clients opt for are media rooms and dedicated home theaters.
In this post, we explore the differences and similarities between the two – and reveal what the best option for your family in the Steamboat Springs area is.
Don’t Forget Low Voltage Needs in the Design Process
TAGS: Design-Build | Low Voltage Wiring | Smart Home Automation | Smart Home Design
In the process of designing a new project, low voltage wiring planning often gets overlooked.
Often the problem is that low voltage requirements get lost in working through design issues with homeowners and builders. Often the thought is that it’s something that can be fixed later – but that may lead to unexpected compromises.
Today’s smart homes have many devices that will need to be enabled through low voltage wiring. Let’s explore the advantages of bringing in a local Steamboat Springs home systems expert – like us – early in your design process, to avoid problems later.
Here’s Why a Smart Home Won’t Fail You
TAGS: Energy-efficiency | Lighting control | Vacation home
If you have a vacation home, it’s likely not being utilized consistently year-round. Often, when houses are not occupied consistently — or go unoccupied for a few months at a time — issues can arise that make your vacation more stressful, which doesn’t exactly sound like the best way to relax.
Fortunately, a smart home can avoid those issues when the right technology is utilized. Keep your Winter Park area vacation home ready at all times so that you can enjoy your time away stress-free.