A custom TV installation aims to meet your every need in home entertainment.
Installing a home theatre system – the TV and all other components – is really both physically and mentally exhausting. If you are doing the TV installation yourself, not only will you have to carry the heavy machine and mount it, you also have to effectively plan where you will place it, as well as the other components, in the room. You also have to plan accordingly if you wish to hide the cables behind your walls, ceiling or floor.
Hiring expertly trained engineers to do a custom TV installation is a great alternative to all that work. Experienced engineers will, first and foremost, ensure that the installation and any other work done is done properly and correctly. For example, they will ensure that your wall can carry the weight of your TV without collapsing. This will avoid any unwanted accidents or damage. You certainly do not want that brand new TV crashing, nor do you want to build a new wall.
But custom TV installation gives you more that this. The job really is tailor fit for your needs and wants. You can opt to hide cables to fit the interior design of your home, or integrate your home theatre into your home security system. (Read more about discreet AV installation.)
The pictures below were taken by our engineers who moved a custom TV installation to a new location.
This was an especially challenging job for a custom TV installation. Our engineers had to move an existing custom AV system with integrated control to a new position in a 1960s solid wall extension in Chelmsford CM1. Perhaps the biggest challenge was rerouting existing cables which connected to an ELANg system situated some 8-10 meters away in the main building. Once they found a clear cable route from the aerial and satellite dish, it was decided to decommission part of the central system to create an independent audio visual system within the extension. The original setup in the room was disconnected and made safe, the cabling was left in place in case the system need to be reinstated at a later date.
The Mediacoms team then worked with the customer planning the position of the speakers and cables to allow adequate space for a screen up 65″. The wall was then chased and cables secured into the wall, once bonded the wall will be sanded and painted ready for final fix.
If you’re still in the planning stages, you can get tips from our buying guide here.
If you are planning to do a custom TV installation, don’t hesitate to call Mediacoms.
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