Dedicated home theaters are one of those focal points in a home. Not only do they add value to your property, but they also enhance your entertainment experience. To give your home theater that extra ‘wow’ factor, pick a theme that will serve as the overall design scheme for the room.
We have a lot of summer blockbusters to look forward to, but the truth is it’s never fun to fight the crowds at the box office. With so many fun flicks to watch over the next few months, why not bring the big movie experience home? Installing a home theater system in your Indianapolis, IN house is essential, but there are multiple ways to do it—including outfitting your backyard. Yes, it is possible to put your home theater outside. Here are some tips on how to work with us to do it right.
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The Outdoor Theater Basics
Currently, you need to purchase an outdoor TV to enjoy watching movies, sports, and more outside. But if you want a big screen, the reality is you will need to use it primarily at night. Outdoor TVs have special anti-glare technology that can display high-contrast images in even the brightest sunlight. However, there currently aren’t professional-grade projectors that can handle bright sunlight. Here’s what you are going to need to make watching movies outside possible.
Wouldn’t it be great to have a space within your own home that felt like an “escape?” A place where you could turn-off the outside world and live in the moment? And what if the experience was so real that you felt like you were living inside the program that you were watching. If what we’re describing sounds like something you want to explore, then we would like to talk with you about your own personal home theater!.
A local Indianapolis wealth management firm, Jarred Bunch Consulting, has taken “office culture” to new heights with modern interior and technology designs. We first met Owner & CEO, Scott Jarred, as a residential client. When it was time to plan his new office space, we were thankful for the opportunity to work for Scott again, but this time on a commercial project. We are thrilled with the outcome of their new headquarters featuring a complete renovation of a space formally known as Morty’s Comedy Joint on E 96th Street.