We start with a comprehensive needs and function analysis covering users, outcomes, scalability, future growth and expansion requirements, mobility needs, and integration with existing systems. Our focus is to create a system that meets all your needs and desires for home audio, video and automation and is reliable and easy to use.
We can design and engineer any system you want, from simple audio and video to fabulous options for when you're entertaining, like playing music throughout the house for guests.
Home Theater Design
When it comes to home theaters, our design expertise and creativity know no bounds. We can work with existing spaces – like a dedicated media room or an open area – or design from scratch in new construction projects or remodels.
We can engineer and design your media room with simple audio and video or create a dedicated room with the most advanced projection and screen systems that offer theater quality. We can also design lighting, acoustic paneling and a multiple screen set-up for the sports fan or gaming fanatic.
Logic Integration designs and engineers audio/video and smart automation systems for commercial applications. We have design and engineering capabilities for all our commercial AV solutions including conference and training rooms as well as complex audio/video, automation and teleconferencing systems.
We stand out for integrating the systems into a cohesive system that works together smoothly and seamlessly. We take into account the way you like to use your systems to create a solution that is easy for your employees to manage so you can focus on making your business efficient, not fiddling with technology.
For existing systems, we also prepare an extensive discovery process to understand what the client already has in place and what improvements or repairs they have in mind. We suggest new solutions that could improve the system while ensuring it’s compatible with legacy components.
We use as-built documentation that helps us track changes to the original construction documents so it’s easy for everyone involved—technicians, builders, architects—to be on the same page whether you’re upgrading your home theater or your entire home automation system.