Our owner, John Lysy, met the client at the condo for three on-site consultations, showing him a number of options for A/V equipment and shades and preparing a free estimate. Once we agreed on a plan, we ordered the equipment and started the job.
Motorized Lutron Shades, HDTV & WiFi System | Luxury Condo, New York City
date: May 04, 2016
A New York condo with multi-million dollar views deserves the ultimate in A/V equipment, Internet connectivity and motorized shades. This DTV Installations project features four Samsung large-screen 4K HDTVs, Apple Airport Extreme WiFi access points, and custom-made high-end Lutron Sivoia QS Triathalon shading systems which black out the bedrooms but still allow amazing views from the living room and kitchen, even when closed.
We were pleased when we got a call from a new client who owns a luxury condo in New York City, but lives in Florida for most of the year. He didn’t want to deal with a number of different providers from a thousand miles away, so he was searching for a reputable, highly-recommended New York company which could do it all: provide the equipment and install high-end video, WiFi and motorized shades in his New York condo. After seeing all of our great reviews on Yelp, he called DTV Installations to handle the job.
The project began with audio/visual and Internet work. We installed four high-end Samsung large-screen 4K TVs throughout the condo, hung on four Peerless ultra-slim full-motion mounts with no exposed cables and all equipment hidden from view. We then added two Niels infrared signal extenders to allow control of the hidden A/V equipment from most areas of the condo.
The most important element of this project, from the client’s perspective, was the motorized shades. We ordered, supplied and installed gorgeous, custom-made Lutron Sivoia QS Triathlon motorized shades, manufactured for this installation in Pennsylvania. These shades allow the client to fully control operation of the window treatments with the touch of a button. We used 100% blackout shades in the bedrooms, but opted for 10% open shades in the living room and kitchen; these are 10% transparent, so even when they’re closed they still allow the client to enjoy his multi-million dollar New York skyline views.