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So, you know we are the best TV installers around, and we’re awesome home theater guys. But that’s not all we’re good for! If you have a special project, we have the knowhow and experience to complete it for you in a timely manner! Our team has a vast background and can do things that most people can’t.
Check this out, this was completed for a customer last week that needed a good solution for the TV. It was an adobe fireplace, but they didn’t want any cords to be showing and they wanted to update the look of their house. Well, they got it! We custom built a false wallover the fireplace, sheetrocked it, textured it and painted it. We also built a nice new custom wood mantle from scratch. This allowed for allof the cables to be hidden inside the wall and provide a very clean look. Think this was expensive? Think again! Give us a call for a custom solution for your home or business and we would be happy to consult with you on it and get it taken care of!
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Greg took full advantage of our 5.1 Surround Sound Package, which includes 5 speakers for surround and a Polk Audio subwoofer. Coupled with a nice little Sony receiver, it turned out wonderful! It sounds great and he even has enough juice to push a couple of outdoor speakers from the second zone.
A simple yet effective install, mounting this tv really cleaned up the whole look of Peggy’s bedroom, especially allowing some space to be created on the dresser. It’ s a 46″ Sony LED with a cable box and Blu-Ray Player.
One of my former customers, Charles, had a buddy that needed some things done at his place (BTW, thank you Charles for the referral!). It was a brand spankin’ new 55″ Sony LED TV mounted in his gameroom along with hooking up and organizing his home theater system. Man, these TVs are getting so thin! He also had an existing TV installed when the house was built that he needed the cables hidden in the wall. Not a problem! Done!
I installed this system in June, 2011. The house is located in North Fresno, CA, and consisted of two installs – one in the main room and one in the bedroom. The main room was a 46″ Samsung Smart LED TV and an additional three in-wall surround speakers. There were already two existing speakers in there. All of the components were wired into a hall closet and speakers were mounted in the vaulted & angled ceiling. The second install was a standard install in the master bedroom utilizing a 37″ Samsung LCD panel.
On a side note, I have been installing a bunch of these Samsung Surround Receivers, great value for $200!
This one turned out great. The install was for a recently married couple in East Clovis, CA. The project was a 55″ Samsung Smart LED TV mounted above the fireplace on a tilting mount, 5.1 channel full in-wall surround sound (mounted in the ceiling), IR repeater with components on a custom shelf in the closet and an auxiliary port on the side wall for the subwoofer. It was a challenge because of the 12′ ceiling height and getting things down the wall meant going through extra cross members – but we got it done and it turned out beautiful!
I got a call from Joe in the Van Ness Extension area in Fresno, CA. He needed a LG 37″ LCD installed to clean up the look of his room. Well I did just that. He also had a Bose Surround that I hooked up for him and I even repaired his cable jack for him – I hate when they are just sticking out of the wall or when some previous installer just pokes a hole in the wall and screws the plate directly to the drywall. Wrong way to do it folks. IAnywho, it turned out fantastic.
This was a tricky installation. The challenge was that my customer, Michael, wanted the TV mounted above the fireplace but the fireplace is flush against the wall. Most of the time when people have fireplaces in their homes, it protrudes somewhat from the wall and it is easily accessible to run cables out the side. Well, that was not the case here. Multiple installers came to look at it and decided they couldn’t do it because it was not possible, others said that they would have to make additional holes and cover them with blank plates in plain site. Although he was okay with that scenario, I wasn’t. So I found a way to get them down to where they needed to be without messing up the rest of his wall. I mounted his Toshiba 55″ LED above the fireplace on a tilting mount and the cables are down below. Turned out very nice. He lives out next to the Island Water Park in Fresno, CA.