December 8, 2019

Effective Selling

How to ‘Discover’ Your Client’s Hidden Desire for a Private Theater

Paradise Theater has had the privilege to work with integrators from many regions, who have provided lot of diverse feedback.  One disturbing trend is the perspective that “people just aren’t doing private theaters like they used to,” or that “people aren’t willing to spend the money…”  Yet, a select group of electronic systems contractors and sales designers bring us project after project and continue to raise the standard of excellence in our field. Why the disparity?

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Lodge Theater Featured in Home Entertainment magazine

FrontLeft_Web.jpgThe inherent risk in designing a home theater—a beautiful-looking space that produces the requisite oooohs and aaaahs—is ending up with a poorly performing room. Add the must have of incorporating the same architectural detailing used throughout the rest of the home and the risk expands tenfold.

But many elements in this mountain lodge—cedar beams, and stone and wood floors—are hard, reflective surfaces, which aren’t always conducive to a great sounding home theater environment.

“We had to come up with creative ways to bring those elements into the theater without degrading the performance,” says home theater designer Sam Cavitt of Paradise Theaters. Many of the design elements of this stunning theater, which guarantee a top-notch performance, are behind the scenes.

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Tuscany Theater Featured in Residential Systems Magazine

FrontRight_Web.jpgOur Tuscany themed theater has been showcased in Residential Systems magazine.  The focus of the article highlights the collaboration between various industry trades on the project to deliver a world class custom private theater.

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