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Houston Home Theater & Smart Home Project Gallery

Project details and pricing for some of the average home theater & smart home projects in Houston and surrounding areas.

We know you have lots of choices of who to work with when it comes to your home theater, media room, and smart home needs. Our goal is to post as many projects as possible to inspire our customers for solutions they may want for their homes or business. We also do not want to shield our pricing, and will provide pricing for each of the projects we list in our examples.

Art TV with Surround System

85" Samsung Frame TV with a premium audio system by Bowers & Wilkins. This is a perfect experience for when you don't want your room to feel like the TV is the focal point, but you still want to appreciate a premium audio experience.

Samsung Frame Art TV 85 inch

Basic Media Room

Often we're working on a project where a new home comes with a pre-wired media room.

media room with projector and Polk Audio speakers

Motorized Roller Shades

Treat your room with custom motorized shades. Control them Alexa or Google Smart Assistant, and even black out all the light for your media room!

motorized blackout window shades

Commercial Conference System

Case study: a local business in Pearland, Texas hired PHT Automation to improve their conferencing system so they can communicate with their clients and corporate team easier than before.

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Acoustic Projection Screen Project

Case study: a homeowner in Friendswood, Texas hired us to install as large a screen as we could fit into their media room. We went wall-to-wall picture with this design and overcame the challenge of how shallow the room was.

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The Green Media Room

Case study: a homeowner in Friendswood, Texas hired PHT Automation to install a projector and surround sound system in their media room.

This room had a very cool custom green color. Our goal was to use in-wall recessed speakers and paint match the speaker grilles to the wall color to make the audio disappear.

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