As leader in the dealership and service center industry specializing in audio-video entertainment systems, WestFair TV takes pride in providing the best for its’ clients. And, as part of its unending service to its’ clientele in Connecticut, WestFair TV has come up with a series of pointers on the how to’s and the do’s and don’t’s of home theater system installation and purchase. As part of this campaign, the company today shares a new set of tips for the easier installation of home cinema equipment and furniture. These are:
1. Plan. Planning means not only listing down what the client needs or wants, but also detailing the lay-out of the room or portion of the house which will be converted into the viewing or entertainment room, and the cost planning as well. Plans are more importantly drawn up where the installation of the equipment and furniture involves a major change in the lay-out of the house or where it means that some equipment need not be bought but only upgraded. WestFair TV recommends consulting with the technical staff of the distributor or service center of choice first as they know best what needs to moved, changed or upgraded and what does not need to be. Planning also saves on time and trouble.
2. Power and light sources. It is a must that power outlets and sources are inspected before any installation takes place. Since all the appliances involved are run by electricity, it is much safer to have lines and wirings checked specially in older homes. Also, light source is a huge consideration since the choice of whether to create a starry, relaxed, brightly-lit, or night-effect in the entertainment room will affect the viewing experience the client will get.
3. Prepare and get organized. Instead of just sitting around at home waiting for the delivery, it is best if the necessary materials already available in the home can be readied ahead. These can be cables and wirings, speakers, and even furniture that may need to be moved around. Getting things organized also lessen the possibility of mishaps occurring during the installation.
4. Keep your manuals. It is recommended by WestFair TV that once the installation been done with and completed the instruction manuals must be kept by the customer in one envelope or file including the contact details of the service center, which may be of use just in case there are any glitches to be fixed or repairs to be made. It is also handy for the owner/s to make a separate diagram of how the wires and cables are connected for reference purposes and to update this diagram each time a change is made. This will help facilitate the speedier repair and re-installation of the equipment and implements, if there any made.
So, now that the initial steps have been outlined, the rest of the procedures for the improvement, upgrade and maintenance of the client’s home theater system can become a breeze. For further inquiries and a quick look on the latest appliance models they have in store, do log on to, www.westfairtv.com, and fulfill that home cinema viewing dream in one go.