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The good thing about my Audio Room .................

Is that I did not have to tear down any Walls or deal with any Plumbing. I had a large blank wall that was easily accessible from the Back Storage Room. All I had to move was a thermostat and some Furnace Return Duct work.
I did the electrical work myself after I had the Blueprints drawn up by the Wood Shop. So, the project only took about 4 months from meeting with the designers at the Woodshop to Completion.
The Cabinet People were at my house only 3 Days, as they brought the Completed Cabinets in 5 pieces. This also included some Crown Molding that I added to encircle the entire Great Room in the Basement.
The electrical work that I did included adding a Dedicated Sub Panel with Dedicated Circuits for the Audio Gear and a dedicated circuit for the Audio Lighting. Also added about a dozen outlets in the Cabinetry, all with Hospital Grade outlets. It was a good winter project.






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