There are several key phases to installing an integrated system to guarantee a reliable result. We begin with the prewire or rough-in phase, which occurs during framing before the walls are up. This is when all wiring is run, labeled, and tested thoroughly to establish a solid infrastructure. Speaker brackets, backboxes, in-wall lighting and low-voltage enclosures, etc. are also installed. Next is the trim phase, which occurs after the walls are painted, in which we install speakers, jacks, keypads, wall plates, etc. During this phase, the equipment racks are built, configured, and fully tested offsite. Last, but not least, is the finish phase. This takes place once everything else, including all construction, is done and the environment is completely dust free. All electronics and other components are placed, such as TVs, cameras, touchpanels, motorized shades, etc.