How we work for Home Theatre

Creating the ultimate home entertainment experience

Site Recce

During the recce stage, the professional assesses the client’s space and takes measurements to determine the best location for the home theatre. They also identify any potential challenges that may need to be addressed before installation, such as electrical or structural issues. This information is then used to create a detailed floor plan for the project.

Proposal & Planning

Once the location and floor plan are determined, a proposal is presented to the client outlining the scope of the project, timeline for completion, and estimated cost. The planning stage includes selecting equipment, such as projectors and speakers, and determining the materials and labor required for installation. The proposal and planning stage ensures that both the client and professional are on the same page before installation begins.

Soundproofing & Internal Wiring

Soundproofing is a critical step in creating a high-quality home theatre experience. During this stage, acoustic panels are installed, gaps in walls and ceilings are sealed, and specialized insulation is used. Internal wiring involves running wires for speakers, amplifiers, and other audio-visual equipment through the walls and ceiling, creating a clean and professional installation.


A false ceiling is installed during this stage, which enhances the acoustics of the room and hides wiring. Cove lights and spotlights are added to create ambiance and enhance the viewing experience. The false ceiling is designed to be aesthetically pleasing while also serving a functional purpose.


A carpet or other sound-absorbing material is used to cover the flooring during this stage, further enhancing the acoustics of the room and providing comfort for viewers. The flooring material is carefully selected to ensure that it complements the overall design of the room while also providing a practical solution for the home theatre environment.


Comfortable seating options, such as recliners or theatre seats, are installed during this stage to provide a comfortable viewing experience. The seating is selected to match the overall design of the room and provide optimal comfort for viewers during long periods of viewing.

Screen Fixing

During this stage, a high-quality screen is installed and fixed to the wall or ceiling to provide a clear and immersive viewing experience. The screen is carefully positioned to ensure that viewers have an unobstructed view of the screen from all angles.


Once the equipment is installed, it is fine-tuned to ensure that the sound and picture quality is optimized. This involves adjusting settings such as color, brightness, and contrast, and calibrating speakers and amplifiers. The calibration process is critical to ensuring that viewers have a high-quality home theatre experience.

Acoustic Doors

Soundproof doors are installed during this stage to further enhance the acoustics of the room and prevent sound from escaping. These doors may be made of specialized materials, such as heavy-duty metal or dense foam, to ensure that they are effective at blocking sound.

Deep Cleaning

Once the installation is complete, the room is thoroughly cleaned to ensure that it is ready for use. This includes dusting, vacuuming, and wiping down all surfaces to create a clean and comfortable viewing environment.


The finished home theatre is handed over to the client for their use and enjoyment. Any necessary instructions or training on how to use the equipment may be provided. The client can now sit back, relax, and enjoy the ultimate home theatre experience.


Frequently Asked Questions

Few of the Frequently asked Questions by our clients

Yes, we provide custom solutions to meet the specific needs and preferences of each client. We will work with you to design and install a home theater system that is tailored to your unique space and budget.

Good things take time, and building a home theatre meeting all your expectations would take us anywhere between 4-6 weeks based on the project, requirements & the area.

The key components of a home theater system include screens, speakers, a soundbar or receiver, and a streaming device.

We can install home theater systems in both existing homes and during construction. Our team of experts will work with you to design and install a system that is tailored to your unique space and budget.

Yes, we offer ongoing maintenance and support services for our clients to ensure that their home theater systems are performing at their best.

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