Our home theater designs are complete solutions. Every aspect from the the projector and media player to the lighting is deigned to your preference. With a plethora of options to choose from our staff will work closely with you to select the equipment that best fits your needs and style preferences, we’ll base our design around your media viewing habits, and customize each detail down to the soft glow of the lights to reflect your preferences.
Recessed televisions provide a high end look that can’t be archived with thin bezels. New specialized mounts allow for only very small gaps around the display further enhancing the aesthetic.
A television over the mantle allows you and your family to enjoy your favorite show or movie by the soft warm glow of the fire. The ability to integrate electronic fireplaces with your home automation system, means both both your entertainment and an roaring fire are only a tap away.
Occasionally it’s difficult to find the right spot to mount a television, particularly if there is a view (water or otherwise) that you do not want to disrupt. Motorized lifts can really become a great problem solver. Whether lifting from under a bed, up from the foot of a bed, under the floor or folding down from a ceiling, the options are nearly endless.
As with any technology that you introduce into a space, the ultimate goal is to minimize its impact on the overall design. Lets face it, most designers Photoshop out technology when they publish photos of their work. TRUFIG understands the design community’s desire to conceal. Their products enable touchscreens, lights switches, keypads, HVAC vents and more to virtually disappear into the background. If you desire a truly custom look throughout your home TRUFIG is THE solution. You can even take it a step further and flush mount your speakers as well!
While we know a bunch of pictures of black boxes is hardly inspirational, the pictures represent equipment that would normally be placed around your home. Yes, its true, we could place equipment in closets and furniture scattered throughout the home, however, logistically, centralizing makes a lot of sense. For starters, placing outlets in some closets is against code, there is less coordination with other trades in terms of dimensions, interfering with other features, ventilation etc. But most importantly, when servicing your equipment, everything is in one place.