The hidden hurdles of planning an audiovisual installation

Setting up an audiovisual installation

If you are planning on setting up an audiovisual installation, it’s likely that you have already realised just how big a task this can be.

The worst part is that there are so many various aspects of commercial AV installations to plan for that it is easy to forget to consider a few potential hidden hurdles.

To help you out, we’ve prepared this quick list of three common mistakes that people planning audiovisual installations often make, to help ensure you are ready for any eventuality.

Not researching zoning restrictions

One of the biggest factors to consider when planning an installation – especially when it is for the outdoors or a residential area – is what limitations will be in place regarding noise and light pollution levels.

That’s why it’s important to make sure that you are aware of the various regulations which are in place and that you understand the best ways to go about staying within these limits.

This is a good area where it is wise to talk to a professional team of audio visual installers, who have the experience and knowledge to help you ensure your installation is legal and not at risk of being shut down.

Failing to consider ongoing maintenance

All too often people will carefully craft a budget for their commercial installation, only to find out later that they have completely forgotten about the cost of ongoing maintenance.

It’s a fact of life when dealing with complex technological installations that sometimes things are going to go wrong, which is why it’s a good idea to talk to a team that can offer a strong after-sales maintenance programme.

That way you can have peace of mind that your investment will continue operating the way it was designed, and that help will be on hand should anything go wrong.

Choosing not to sign up for an extended warranty

As with the above point, signing up for an extended warranty is an important part of ensuring peace of mind and protecting your organisation from any potential eventualities.

Investing in an extended warranty can also reduce downtime for your organisation, and can help you get back up and running as soon as possible – something which any business owner will appreciate.

With more than 20 years of experience in audio visual technology, Pro Light & Sound have the knowledge and the experience to help you get the most out of your commercial installation.

Talk to us today to find out what we can offer your organisation.

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