MORGAN ELECTRIC PRESENTS WHOLE HOUSE AUDIO & VIDEO . . .
Whole House Audio and Video is a new local company specializing in distributed audio, video, lighting controls, structured wiring and home theater. But are they really a new company? Whole House Audio and Video is a new division of Morgan Electric Inc., an established electrical company that’s been servicing the Lowcountry for over 12 years.
BB: “Why start a new division” we asked general manager Kevin Robinson.
Kevin: “We have seen a rapid increase in the demand for homes with structured wiring, distributed audio, video, lighting controls and home theater. So it was important to us to establish a new division with CEDIA certified professionals dedicated to installing these systems.”
BB: “What about the cost of these systems?”
Kevin: “Every system we install is custom tailored to satisfy the unique needs of our clients. Including clients on a budget. We can create high performance systems at low costs thanks to our low overhead.”
BB: “Are there any benefits to having Morgan Electric Inc as your parent company?”
Kevin: “Yes, there are many benefits. We are able to offer our customers a turn-key solution for ALL of their wiring needs. And having licensed electricians on hand for installing our lighting control systems which is required per NEC (National Electrical Code) is also a plus. Working closely with electrical contractors is important for any audio/video company and since we are also an established electrical company it makes our projects go all the more smoothly.”
BB: “Are there any special products that Whole House Audio and Video offers?”
Kevin: “We are currently the only dealer for Cabinet-Tronics in South Carolina. Cabinet-Tronics is a company that specializes in high quality furniture with built in, motorized TV lifts (as seen in our advertisement). Large Flat panel TV’s tend to draw the most attention in a room, so having the ability to hide the TV with the push of a button is a big plus for customers and interior designers looking to make their TV’s disappear when not in use.”
BB: “What can we expect to see in homes in the near future?”
Kevin: “I’m glad to see that fiber optics are making their way into some of the new developments in our area. We already have a technician, James Robinson, who happens to be my father, with over 17 years experience with fiber optics. He also has over 26 years experience engineering and designing cable, voice, and data systems for Time Warner. So we are very well prepared for what we expect to see in the not so distant future.”