Wow. The week passes so quick. It is What Do You Do Wednesday, again.
Okay. So, Brian tell us one more thing to add to the what-do-you-do list.
Installing flat screen televisions and mounts is one of our specialties. This is one of my favorite services because not much looks better than good TV. It’s a man thing.
Wall mounted TV’s look great, especially when mounted correctly. It’s
important to use a UL listed bracket properly sized for the TV, the correct bolts, and spacing. We are experts at hanging TV’s as we will properly center and level your set, hide video cables, and install a new outlet so that it looks nice.
A large TV hanging from your wall is a huge liability so it is important that it is installed correctly. More, it is important to use an electrician with valid proof of insurance, state and city licenses. You want to hire an established electrical company, like us, with a solid professional history of installing flat screens.
Hiding the wires is an important feature when installing any television. It is important to use wires listed for running through walls. NEVER put an extension cord inside a wall. Instead, have an outlet installed behind the TV.
If you are interested in getting it done today call us and we will have a certified electrician in a fully stocked truck at your door – anywhere in our South Georgia area. We will provide an upfront price and do the work right then. No waiting. (912) 871.RedB (7332).
I like to install a “Smart Tube” inside your wall for your cables so that your home is protected and you can always add additional cables as needed. A Smart Tube is essentially a tube that runs from behind your TV to behind where you equipment is stored (DVR, Cable Box, etc.).
We also install surround sound wiring, in-wall speakers, cable lines, HDMI cables, and network lines. We can fish your speaker lines through the walls to hard-to-reach locations, usually with little or no drywall damage. We can help you set up your dream system – this truly is my speciality.
Surge protection is a must when installing a flat screen TV. In fact, I recommend whole house surge protection. Why protect just the TV, when you can protect everything?
There you are. One more service for the list.