Stud TV Installs

Home Theater Contractor - Renton, WA

Average rating

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4.81

4.8

based on 105 online reviews

Average rating

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4.81

4.8

based on 105 online reviews
based on 105 ratings

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Project

Date

Description

Cost

Home

ORB Speaker Setup + In wall Concealmnet

Jun 2017

- 5 ORB Speakers Total, L, R and C all to sit on entertainment unit. Surround L and Surround R to be Ceiling mounted behind listening position. - Hard part was concealing cables in ceiling as there was again no attic access and bedrooms above the living room. In this case cables are fished through the ceiling to where it meets the wall. - A carefully cut piece of drywall is cut and put safely aside and that's what gives the installer room to fit a drill with a special plate to drill through the top plate. - The wires are then fished through the top plate and down through the wall to the opening that's been cutout for the single gang box and binding post plate, - All speaker wires were terminated with banana plugs and connected to the AV receiver. - The speakers were calibrated with the microphone and all settings were made for an amazing 5.1 surround experience.

$550

Ballard, WA

Yamaha Dolby Atmos Install + Binding Posts

May 2017

- 4 Dolby Atmos Yamaha Flush mount speakers installed in Ceiling. Was challenging since no attic access but rather bedrooms above. - Speaker wires concealed in wall and terminated with Binding posts.

$650

Seattle, WA

In House Home Theater

May 2017

- Projector Screen and Projector Mounting - AC Outlet Creation for projector and screen. - HDMI Concealment from Projector to AV Receiver in Closet. - Switch cut into drywall behind screen. - 5.1 Speakers placed in proper areas - Wall Binding posts cut into drywall near each speaker. - Speaker wires connected to binding posts and conceal through walls down into crawl space and up into the wall of the closet where all components were to be seated. - Subwoofer cable also concealed in same manner. - Mini Speaker wires were cut and Banana plugs added to use between binding posts and speakers. They really look neat and make all the difference. - Crawl space was used for concealment of all cables and speaker wires.

$1k

Kenmore, WA

Kitchen Entertainment Setup

Apr 2017

- HDTV mounted - Sonos wall mounted beneath - AC Electrical Outlet created behind TV and Soundbar

$250

Seattle, WA

Projector Mount + Yamaha Speakers Install

Feb 2017

- Projector was mounted and cables were concealed in attic down through the wall and terminated with keystones at the A/V Receiver. - 5 Yamaha 2way flush mount speakers were installed inside the ceiling with 14 AWG wire concealed also though attic and down in side the wall to the A/V. A 5 pair keystone terminal was used to terminate the speakers.

$495

Bothell, WA

Mike's Project

Jan 2017

Routine HDTV wall mounting with in-wall cable concealment. Also a new A/C Outlet was created and located behind HDTV. Had to lie down on floor to be able to do the work underneath the wood bench, otherwise everything went smooth. Customer was ecstatic with the new clean look.

$250

Seattle, WA

Zmodo Security Camera Installation

Sep 2016

Majority of these IP Cameras routed through attic then into garage where NVR was mounted. 2 of the cameras routed on exterior therefore conduit and junction box was used. Elctrical outlet was made for customer in the garage for customer to plug in DVR and monitor.

$595

Redmond, WA

Surround Speakers In Wall install + Concealment of Speaker wire

Oct 2016

High End Flush mount speakers installed in ceiling. Speaker wires were routed through attic and down the wall behind the HDTV through a wall plate and connected to the A/V Receiver. Install was difficult since Ceiling was vaulted and living room walls were 16 feet and had a fire break. Drywall needed to be cut at fire break as flex bit wasn't long enough. Drywall was then patched up.

$495

Edmonds, WA

TV Mounting, Complex Wire Concealment + Soundbar Mount + Electrical Outlet

Oct 2016

Rare occasion where no crawlspace Or attic was accessible. Add the fact fireplace is present and therefore wires and cables cannot be fished through basement. Only solution was cut open drywall. Customer agreed it was worth it. Came up with a plan and only one hole was cut open across approx 6 studs as seen in photo. Opening was used to conceal cables and to relocate coax and A brand new electrical outlet behind TV. So it was definitely worth it. --TV was hung --Soundbar was mounted beneath --Electrical box was created behind TV --Coax Relocated behind TV --All HDMIs and other cables concealed in wall. --Drywall Patched up --All Components Setup and programmed for customer. --Xfinity box tucked behind TV. Customer was extremely a happy customer as she received a clean look she thought was impossible.

$440

Kent, WA