Now you See Tech; Now You Don’t
When a home owner wants to hide the technology required for a smart home installation — including those giant TVs — that’s where custom integrators shine.
In custom projects there are specs and there are special requests … how you deal with the latter can separate your firm from the pack.
Need some inspiration? In “Now You See Tech; Now You Don’t,” read about how one integrator’s unusual solution of hiding a TV involved excavating 10 feet underground through an existing concrete foundation and removing windows. That, alone, should get you thinking way outside the box.
- the pros and cons of hiding technology
- some how-to’s for concealing TVs
- what to do with soundbars
- 5 easy ways to hide speaker wire
Discover some unique solutions you can incorporate into your next project.
7 Clever Ways to Hide Home Technology - CE Pro Download
Most technology products are not that visually appealing. Black boxes and tangled wires do not add to the character of a high-end smart home project. Luckily, our integrator readers have a number of clever solutions so these components don’t have to be visible in your next project.
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