What is Custom Install?

  • The “Custom” industry consists of skilled professionals who design and install audio/video and other related systems in residential homes and commercial premises. These systems differ from what you would buy in a retail store in that they are engineered to not only meet and fulfil the needs of the client, but to optimise performance while complementing the physical and aesthetic demands of the space, hence the term “custom”.
  • These systems can be configured to accommodate security, telephone, audio, video and other home systems while providing a user-friendly interface to you the customer.
  • We will work with other contractors such as Architects, Interior Designers and Electricians to ensure that the system blends into your home both functionally and aesthetically.
  • A simple comparison:
    Whereas an off-the-shelf stereo system sits obtrusively in one’s living room and serves only that space, a custom A/V system uses these components plus others to form a nearly invisible system providing music and video to any number of rooms.
  • Today’s audio and video components have become increasingly sophiscated and capable, yet one is often drawn to discount “superstores” lured by low prices and a vast product selection. Unfortunately, many of these “superstores” lack the expertise of a professional installer, and are therefore unable to provide quality service and advice, often to the customer’s disadvantage. We can assist you with the options available to you and explain the features and functions in laymen’s terms.
  • The growing popularity of “home theatres” (which were pioneered by Custom Installers) change the way we look at audio and video components. Many of our clients see them as an integral part of their home and lifestyle, and as an investment in both.
  • Your home is rapidly becoming a monument to your lifestyle. If you exercise regularly, you want a home gym. If you work a lot of overtime, you want a home office. If you enjoy watching movies, you want a home theatre. Convenience is no longer simply a goal, it is a must.