Give A Neat Look to Your Theater
When you build your home theater system with the best possible equipment, you also get to deal with lengths of wires lying all around the room. So you certainly need to do something about those wires.
Putting the speaker wires inside walls, under the carpet and in the ceiling are a few available options for you to hide those wires. This definitely leads to a neat look, but can involve a lot of reconstruction work and the need to call for professional help. Hence, it can be an expensive option.
Do it yourself? Actually it requires a good skill level related to constructions and electricals. We don’t normally expect this level of skill from our regular readers. However, you may consult an electrician or professional installer to know if it’s actually possible to do by yourself. When you’re planning the home theater at the construction or finishing phase of your house or in case you’re building an entirely new room for the home theater, hiding the wires in the walls and ceiling is the best option for you.
Important: Before you start, make sure you check if your building code requires a permit or an inspection. Moreover, it’s important to remember that in-wall installations require the use of only specially certified wires that comply with national standards for resistance to fire, chemicals, abrasion, and temperature extremes.