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Home A/V Entertainment also specializes in commercial projects, large and small. Whether a business in Franklin wants to upgrade a conference room, a church in Clarksville wants a video system to aid its services, or a restaurant near Vanderbilt needs a register system installed, Home A/V Entertainment can make your company more technology-driven.
Technology can help your business close more sales while lowering the costs of attaining new business. There are numerous small businesses around Middle Tennessee that have grown their revenues and become more profitable overall by utilizing the many forms of technology that Home A/V Entertainment can provide.
And remember, all of our home services are available for commercial applications!
The following are just a few examples of the many businesses we've helped over the years. Check out the gallery section of the site for pictures of our various installs!
Walnut Street Church of Christ - Dickson, TN
The Walnut Street congregation, in addtion to its regular worship services, hold daycare and pre-school services. Members of the organization felt that additional security would be a necessity with the growing number of children present at its facility everyday.
Home A/V Entertainment installed a complete CCTV camera system, complete with a Digital Video Recorder (DVR), Battery Backup system for power failures, and security
locking mechanisms on doors. Furthermore, the system is capable of remote login - members of the security team can login remotely to the system to keep an eye on the building, recall different
cameras at different times of the recording, and even export the video files to another computer or DVD.
USA ZAMA - Franklin, TN
USA ZAMA, an engineering and marketing firm, frequently uses video conferencing to communicate with their clients all over the globe. The firm also employs several engineers, who needed an advanced system to discuss their different projects.
Home A/V Entertainment installed a Hitachi FX-TRIO-88 smartboard, a new 60" LED flatscreen TV, and a new camera mounting solution for their many needs. In fact, USA ZAMA also decided to install the Hitachi FX-TRIO-77 smartboard, a smaller version, in the President's office. This smartboard acts as a wall-size touch screen, connected to a computer, that allows the company to run presentations on a much more professional platform.
At a later date, Home A/V Entertainment returned to ZAMA, to further maximize the use of the President's Office and the Conference Room. A full power and connectivity box was added in both rooms, allowing for further cable management and a clean, professional look. This also allowed for visitors to easily access the system, using USB, HDMI, VGA connection outlets, as well as full Data and Phone ports for internet and phone conferencing solutions.
Horizon Medical Center - Dickson, TN
Horizon Medical Center is a well run hospital, and its Cardiology Cath Lab was in need of a new communication system between the physicians inside the room and the technicians outside.
Home A/V Entertainment installed a new Bogen Vector Amplifier system, complete with medical-grade speakers, microphones, and amplifiers. As is typical with any sound system, close attention to detail is a necessity, especially with the amount of medical equipment causing noise around the microphones. The installers at HAVE stayed with the medical team for three days, just to make sure all of the settings were optimal for their needs.
Burr Orthodontics - Dickson, TN
Burr Orthodontics was relocating to a brand new location in Historic Downtown Dickson, and Dr. Burr wanted to integrate technology into his new facility to ensure that his patients were entertained and relaxed during their visit.
Home A/V Entertainment installed a complete Data, Phone, Whole-Business Audio, and Whole-Business Integrated TV system into the new business. They started by designing and recommending different components from the start - businesses aren't built overnight! From the earliest months of the build, when the whole building was a few wooden walls, HAVE was there pulling wires and ensuring that every component would work together in harmony.
Near the end of the build, HAVE returned to install, configure, and train the team on all the new technology that had been installed. Dr. Burr, as well as his patients, are amazed each and every time they visit the office - no matter where you are, you can hear the soothing music that Dr. Burr picks out through their state-of-the-art whole-business audio system, or you can watch your favorite TV show while you wait - TV's has been conveniently placed throughout the facility, including the waiting area and cleaning area for his patients.
Most importantly, this system is easy to expand in the future - making it cost effective for Dr. Burr to upgrade and expand his system later.
Dickson County High School - Dickson, TN
Dickson County High School is the oldest and largest high school in Dickson county, just a few miles west of Nashville. Due to the large number of students, faculty, student clubs and organizations, sports teams, and many other groups, communication is absolutely essential between parents, faculty, and students.
To aid with this communication, DCHS administrators developed an idea to provide information to their students in a medium of which the students were accustomed: digital signage.
Everyday, before and after school, as well as during club meetings and lunchtime, projection screens and flat-screen TV's are positioned throughout the building, each displaying the same scrolling slideshow, complete with information regarding after-school tutoring, club meetings, student and group achievements, and much more pertinent information.
How is this possible? Home AV Entertainment installed a Balun system, which uses data cabling to send video long distances. A main transmitter is positioned in the administrative office, and is connected to a local computer which runs the slideshow. Principals can update this slideshow as frequently as needed.
Interestingly enough, during the install, one of Home AV's technicians discovered a defective balun. Unfortunately, the school needed to display the system the next day, so shipping a replacement part was not possible. Not to miss a deadline and disappoint one of their customers, Justin Satterwhite, the VP of Home AV, drove his personal car 7 hours to Columbus, Ohio, to pick up the part, only to turn right around and return to Nashville to complete the install.
Customers will always come first, no matter what!