System Engineering for home technology
Being able to visualize your automated audio/visual system before installation is important to fully realize the extent of control and convenience. By providing full sets of engineered documents, all questions can be addressed to ensure all parties are in agreement.
- Line drawings allow a conceptual understanding of the system and show signal flow between subsystems.
- Rack drawings show the finished look of equipment in cabinetry or within a dedicated equipment room.
- Floor plans are important during the pre-wire phase to show locations of wire pulls and head-end equipment. Accurate wire labels are generated from these drawings to assist technicians.
- Schematics are provided to the technicians for efficient installations. All connecting information is provided for all components and interconnects.
Registered Outreach Instructor
Kiwi Audio Visual is always looking for ways to reach out to the local architecture firms and general contractors to educate on the benefits of partnering with an Electronic Systems Contractor. We offer several presentations through CEDIA on the different technologies and solutions included in home automation systems. These presentations offer continuing education credit for many different associations within the building and design industries. For more information please contact us.
(We host LUNCH AND LEARN Events in our boardroom each year for residential architects and interior designers.)
Creating A Complete Infrastructure
Working with the architect and builder we will lay a solid foundation for your phone and data communications, as well as whole house audio and video distribution. Using a centralized location the infrastructure reaches to every room in the house. Using the highest quality wire we ensure your audio/visual system will reach its full potential.
Free consultation available: Thinking of revamping your media room area? Give us a call. Find out what the latest tech trends are for your entertaining needs at (888) 567-5494.