Football season is finally here! Everyone knows the best way to enjoy game day, aside from actually being there, is to have a fantastic area to gather around and watch it on the big screen. Nothing is better that hanging out with friends and family, having a cold beer and immersing yourself in the excitement of the big game. There are endless ways to enhance the overall experience of home viewing, from better seating, bigger screens and sounds, to an all out home theater.
So what can you do to create the best possible game day experience right in your own home? You've already have the big screen and the comfy chairs. Adding a surround sound system puts you into the heart of the game, giving you the feeling of actually being there cheering your team on. Sound systems have come a long way over the years, to the point where just adding some powerful small speakers around the room does the job of a completely wired system. There are endless ways to improve the sound quality of your TV. What you decide to do is your preference and we can help install sound system of your dreams.
Many times one of the most important aspects of a home theater is the use of dramatic lighting to create the mood and ambience of the whole setting. This can be a achieved in a variety of different ways, one of the common ways is recessed lighting. This is great for home theaters because they can be hidden or arranged in unique ways around the room to showcase the big screen. Today with recessed LEDs, they sky is the limit when it comes to colors, size and brightness. These lights can be installed with dimmers and remote controls to achieve an amazing movie theater effect. Lights are great but you want to keep them soft, and to never over light your viewing area because of harsh glares diminishing the overall experience.
Football is a great American pastime for everyone to enjoy. When it's time to improve your home theater, the experts at In Charge Electric are here to make sure everything is wired correctly, so you you can sit back and enjoy the game.