Traditionally, the custom installation market has butted heads with other residential contractors—most notably interior designers. With a product line that resolves the issue of integrating TVs into home environments, Frame My TV is doing its part to play peacekeeper for custom installers.
Based north of Boston in the town of Methuen, Massachusetts, Frame My TV, recently moved into a new manufacturing facility to help it meet the growing demands for its product line.
Among the products the company offers beyond its customized frame options, TV art covers and mirror TVs, is its Deco TV Frames, which it developed to complement Samsung’s innovative The Frame line of televisions.
Showing off its new manufacturing facility, Kevin Hancock, CEO and founder of Frame My TV, says that CEDIA Expo Virtual attendees can visit the company’s booth to see firsthand how it manufactures its products.
“We’re excited to have you here in our booth for the CEDIA Virtual Expo 2020. We are going to be taking you on a behind scenes tour of our full manufacturing operations; we will let you see everything being made right here in America,” states Hancock.
“Also, we’ll take you behind the scenes into our engineering lab and show you where all the new product development happens, and new things that we have in store coming up for 2020.”
Elaborating on how the company is able to bring together two professions that sometimes clash over differences of philosophy, Hancock points out that Frame My TVs solutions facilitate the integration of TVs into interior designs without detracting from those designs.
Hancock adds that dealers can visit the company’s website to learn more about its standard product lines, as well as its custom solutions.