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TIPS: How To Choose A Qualified Electronic Systems Contractor

In our latest article “How To Choose A Qualified Electronic Systems Contractor”, we give tips on how to interview a prospective ESC and spot the good from the… well, not-so-good. We at AV Design Associates have been doing custom AV for long time and know the industry well. One thing that we aware of is [...]



AV Design Associates ready for CEDIA EXPO

As CEDIA EXPO approaches this week (Sept. 9 – 13) we are excited and ready to attend. With the economy as it is there are many who are saying that the industries largest trade show is going to be a weak one with many vendors not showing. Well we have a more optimistic outlook and [...]



AVDA’s Report from the Austin Fall Home and Garden Show

AV Design Associates was present at the Austin Fall Home and Garden Show on August 21 – 23 at the Austin Convention Center. We were able to meet and talk to the 6 electronic systems contractors (ESC’s) that were showing there, several of whom AVDA is already creating designs for.  We also talked to the [...]



High End Home Theaters

CEDIA 2008 Designer Awards – Technical Winners featured on HGTVPro, read this whole post to get to the link and see some incredibly amazing theaters.
This is what is possible when proper consultation and design are implemented early on in a project. Theaters such as these take 100’s of hours of design time with a trained [...]



Design Article Published in rAVe

AV Design Associates principal David Jasak has contributed an editorial in the July 15th edition of Gary Kayye’s rAVe Home AV Edition technology e-Zine. The article outlines the importance of a thorough AV design package and how a thoughtful design can increase system reliability, installation efficiency, and increased customer satisfaction. Graphical examples are given to [...]



AVDA QUOTED ON CEDIA’S 20th ANNIVERSARY WEBSITE

AVDA founder, David Jasak was quoted on CEDIA’s special 20th anniversary website along with other noteable industry professionals. Mr. Jasak has been an active CEDIA member for 15 years and was one of the first to earn the CEDIA Certified Professional Designer title which he has held since 2003.
Check out CEDIA’s Special 20th Anniversary Website [...]



CONTINUING ED COURSES FOR DESIGN & BUILD PROFESSIONALS IN TEXAS

Local electronic systems professional David Jasak delivers training; members of participating organizations earn continuing education units. See how architects, building designers, builders, and interior designers are all finding ways to increase their business through home technology and earn continuing education units (CEU’s) while doing so. CEDIA Registered Outreach Instructor shows how.



Home Toys Posts AVDA Press Release

Home Toys is an online news and information resource for home technology and is a valuable site to keep an eye on. AV Design Associates has had their most recent press release published on the site under the NEWS section.
Read the press release HERE.



Design Examples Page Added

We at AV Design Associates take great pride in the amount of detail that we put into our system designs.  From beginning to end, we make sure that the design packages that we produce are thorough and ready for install.  We want you, the client, to be confident that you’re getting the best design package [...]



April 27, 2009 POOR ECONOMY FORCES DESIGNERS TO GROW

Two seasoned, high-end residential audio visual designers built a solid working relationship over the last three years working for an AV integration company and decided to team up and start their own consultation and design firm. With a poor economy and a luxury based service, it was scary for the two to venture forth… it [...]




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