When clients come to us looking to upgrade their TVs, we are sometimes presented with challenges that require some creative solutions. The new FrameTV now looks amazing and our clients are very happy.
This project had a few challenges for the FrameTV:
- A small condo space didn’t allow for a media cabinet below the TV
- The cabling for the old TV below was messy and ugly and the client wanted us to hide it
- The new Samsung TV the client chose is amazing on the wall but there is still the challenge of hiding the one-connect box that connects the sources and power
- The wall was typical condo depth so it didn’t allow for our traditional in-wall box behind the TV (which requires a clear 3.5″
… Read more Hiding your FrameTV source equipment
Are you a designer or contractor that does remodelling or new construction projects?
Whether you are doing a single room project (kitchen reno), a full renovation or new build, what questions should designers and contractors ask their clients to better understand their technology needs?
Much like understanding how your clients like to cook, you need to understand how they want to live when it comes to technology. You don’t need to have the technical answers but consider the following situations…
You are renovating for a couple who is elderly.… Read more What questions should designers and contractors ask their clients?
What a cabling nightmare!
If the Toronto snow storm wasn’t enough last night, I had the pleasure today of finding the worst wiring mess and complicated multi-room audio system I’ve come across in almost a decade. I definitely won’t mention who the AV integrator was but it’s not the first rescue job I’ve had following in their footsteps.
This client called us because their FM tuner was no longer working and they just wanted to listen to the radio. Simple request…
… Read more When less is more in your AV cabinet