Have you found 'almost' what you are looking for in a home entertainment center or wall unit? At Trinity Woodworks we specialize in creating custom residential woodwork to suit your style, space and functionality. We will take you step-by-step through the process, from design to installation, of creating your custom home theater cabinets, bookcase or other woodwork, offering you over 30 years of experience in the design and manufacture of high quality custom woodwork.
The first step in creating your ideal unit is to contact our office and set-up an appointment for a free design consultation. All we require are approximate dimensions of your area and an idea of the design, style and features you are looking for in the unit. From this information we can draft a rough design and quote. If this peaks your interest then we can move on to computer generated drawings and setting up a home visit.
If you have pre-existing plans and drawings, you can simply fax or e-mail them to us and we would be more than happy to prepare a rough estimate for your consideration.
Considerations When Purchasing Custom Cabinets For Your Home
If you are considering purchasing wood furniture such as enterainment cabinets for your home, here are some tips to keep in mind to help you make the right decision.
First of all, try to envision your ideal room layout and where your TV or computer would best be suited. Quite often a TV works out to be best placed in a corner, however if you are an audio purist this can cause problems with surround sound speaker placement, so you have to decide how the room is going to be used and what is more important for you. If the room is going to be used mainly for home theatre, then the TV and speaker placement will probably determine the layout of the room, however if you plan on other uses for the room, then you might have to compormise some of the theatre experience in order to accomodate the other uses.
Next you should think about what all the functions of your cabinets would be and list them.
- Do you need to store books, games, etc., if so how much storage space do you need?