The best way to get information on pricing for products and services that we offer is to reach out by email or phone. There are many important details that can have an effect on the total pricing and we’re happy to discuss this with you without any obligation for you to purchase from us. So feel free to call or email to inquire about pricing for your project. But, to get a rough idea of what things can cost, we’ve outlined some typical costs below.
We try to give flat rate pricing for larger projects to ensure we stay within your budget. Most basic projects have labor costs that range from $500 – $3,500. The cost for materials and components of AV systems can often be much greater than the labor that goes into them, but this is not always the case.
For new customers, we have a $270 minimum labor charge. Existing customers can request service for new work at a $180 minimum.
Media rooms with all equipment and labor included can cost between $8,000 and $35,000+
Home audio systems can vary from $1,500 to $25,000+ in equipment and materials.
TV installations can typically be completed for around $200-$400 per TV. This includes basic materials for mounting hardware and wiring hidden within the wall for power, audio, and video.
Wiring new Ethernet, coaxial, or speaker wiring in an existing, average to large sized residential home can vary from $100-$175 per line added. This includes materials and labor. Although, pricing is almost always priced by the job, not per line.
New clients must meet a $270 minimum for the initial service. Projects below this we can try to direct you to someone that can help. Existing customers pay $180 minimum for their new projects. This may vary based on location.
Cash, check, Venmo, PayPal, credit card. You will not see an additional fee charged for using a credit card.
Not at this time. But this may be added in the near future
Reach out to us if you think your project may be something that we can help you with. We can include travel costs into our bids so distance is not something that automatically excludes you from service.
No, you’re welcome to leave at any point or not be there at all. We can let ourselves in and lock up when we leave. There may be some project types that are better suited for the homeowner to be present towards the very beginning and again at the very end of the installation process.
It doesn’t bother us at all to have anyone watch our work. If you are interested, we will show you how we go about our installation process so that you can have a better understanding of how it all works.
Most manufacturers warranties are between 1-3 years. All equipment sold will either be covered by a manufacturer warranty, warrantied through us directly, or both.
Yes, we will correct any installation errors that you may find at no cost to you for up to 1 year.
Please reach out at least 8 weeks before you plan to have drywall installed. We want to show up the same day your electrician is finishing up their wiring. 8 weeks is typically a safe buffer to go through the process of coordinating a time for consultation, creating a wiring plan, sending out an estimate, and finally scheduling the wiring installation.
Unfortunately, no we do not have a public store front. However, we can setup an appointment to demo products with you if what we have available at the time is relevant. Please call and let us know what products you had in mind. If you are looking for advice, we can discuss your system with you and make recommendations based on your system needs.