Get Your Home Entertainment Installation Right the First Time

We’ve all been here: you’ve just purchased a new piece of AV equipment and had it installed, sat down to enjoy the game only to find out your system doesn’t work.

It’s a problem that plagues Charlotte, NC homeowners: poor home entertainment installations.

But it doesn’t have to be that way. You just have to find the right AV partner for you.

Of course, that can be more complicated than it seems.

In this blog, we’ll simplify it. Here, you’ll find the tips you need to get your home AV installed the right way.

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Find a Collaborator, Not a Dictator

One of the main reasons you hire an AV specialist to install your system is that they know what they’re doing.

You have to trust them to give you insight on the best places to put your gear.

But that doesn’t mean they have to dictate every little thing.

At the end of the day, your AV installer should be a partner. They should design an installation you would like to live with. Make sure your professional is someone who will accept your point of view and can install a system that works for you.

They Should Be Fast, Not Rushed

One of the worst parts about hiring an AV installer is waiting for them to show up.

How many times have you made an appointment at 10:00 a.m only to have them show up sometime after lunch?

You need to trust that your installation partner will be there on time and on call when you need them.

However, you also need them to take their time on the installation. And especially after the fact. All of that new technology in your home should be easy to use, but you may still need a bit of a crash course on how to use it.

Your AV guy needs to take his time, make sure everything works (the first time) and be there for you if any problems arise in the future.

They Should Leave a Clean Result

A professional AV installation is a bit more complicated than plug-and-play.

Your installer should provide you with a clean result, even if your components are stored in a different area of your home entirely. Neat racking will help the next technician come in and work efficiently, and quality wiring will make sure you never suffer any blackouts or signal loss.

Plus, if they have to run wires through your walls, they need to leave a clean workspace after the fact.

Are you interested in getting your home entertainment installation done right? We can help!

Contact Audio Video Charlotte today for more information.

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