Here’s a showcase of some of our work, from simple jobs like hanging TVs, to more advanced setups such as outdoor systems and in wall surround.

This was for a warehouse, we installed 4 huge TVs (75″ each) in a 2×2 grid with a controller to make one big image out of the four.  We aren’t afraid of heights or big projects!  Came out great with all four TVs seamless with each other.


Another nice “floating install” clean wall with everything hidden!


Wainscoting is no match for us!

This was a “pull down” mount over a fireplace, the TV pulls down in low in front of the fireplace so you dont have to hurt your neck to watch TV!

We dont always do stone, but when we do, we do it right!

A nice pool table/billiard room installation

We installed this outdoor Sunbrite TV for a customer’s poolside viewing – the cables are buried underground in conduit, and run back into the pool house where the cable box and other components are controlled by an installed RF remote control system.

We installed this 7.1 Surround Sound System with Projector and Motorized 110 inch projection screen for a customer in Carlisle.  This job was a fun one as the room was already completely finished.  We were able to get all 7 speakers as well as the projector wired with concealed wiring and only a few patches.  After a coat of paint you’d never know they were ever there.  In the next image you can see we were able to get the back surround speakers mounted on the support columns for a nice finish.


This customer in Lowell wanted his TV mounted above his fireplace, along with a recessed outlet behind the TV, three HDMI cables, and speaker wire, all concealed in wall and run left and down, without making any access holes/patches in the wall.  This requires the use of a long flexible drill bit and inspection camera, and very careful work.  We had to get through 2 hidden studs to get there, and then catch two snakes in the middle.  Then we had to run a new power outlet up from the basement panel.  This was a tough job but it came out great!

Here’s a picture after we completed the wire runs and hung the mount, that little white box is a recessed outlet on the left, with low voltage wire access for the HDMIs and cables on the right.


And here’s the final result:

We knew the modern clean lines of this living room deserved having no cable boxes, wires, or components showing in the room, so we wired everything into the basement, and used an Infrared Eye/Repeater to capture the signals from the remote control and blast them downstairs to the components.  This job took about six hours, but was totally worth it in the end.

And here are the components in the basement:

This job was above a fireplace with natural over 3 inch thick granite stones.  The stone killed about ten carbide drill bits, I don’t think we’ll be attempting this again.


For reference, this is what a TV Power Kit or TV Power Relocation Kit Looks like in wall.