Recently a local customer called Shane from Jim’s Antennas Wynn Vale to install their new TV on to a feature brick wall in their family room.
The customer did not want to see any cables going to their TV from their devices yet the feature brick wall had no cavity to conceal cables so Shane had to come up with another solution.
Shane found the only solution was to run the cables using a conduit below the TV. Such conduits are only available in white, which would clash with the client’s decor. Shane took the time to paint the conduit black to help it blend into the wall.
Once the job was completed the customers where very pleased they couldn’t see any cables to the TV and how well the conduit blended in.
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