Once you have your home theater system up and running, it’s time to hire a cable installer to put on the finishing touches. You’ll want to find out who does that kind of work in your area and then check their references, credentials, and any certifications that they might have from organizations of professional installers, technical training schools, and so forth. Hire the best possible installer you can find to avoid any delays or disappointments, and then schedule a convenient time for them to come and do the actual hookup or installation.
To locate an expert cable installer for your theater system you can ask friends and colleagues for references, or you can work with installers that are recommended by companies that sell home theater components in your vicinity. Make sure that all fees and charges are presented to you in writing before the work starts, so that both you and your installer are on the same page. Ask any questions you have ahead of time, and find out if you need to do anything to prepare for the installation – such as moving furniture or rolling carpets out of the way. Then sit back and leave the work to your installer while you pop a fresh bucket of popcorn and get ready to enjoy your fully powered theater.