Why deal with the lines and crowds when you can enjoy a theater experience in your own home? Find out if this addition is right for you.
Understand the Basics
Consider room location and size, whether you are retrofitting a room or building a home theater addition. Decide on a layout, create a wish list, and diagram the room with equipment and features.
Armed with your design plan, visit home technology and home theater showrooms to get a feel for what’s available and compare prices.
Comfy recliners, soundproof walls, adjustable lighting and a concession stand are among the important features that give the room a true theater feel.
The key to a successful home theater project is working with professionals who can execute your design, suggest materials and complete your remodel.
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