Nashville, TN, August 11, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Allied Home Technologies, a Nashville-based provider of technology and services such as a/v, home theater, automation and security systems, is pleased to announce that the employee team previously comprising the Nashville office of Audio-Video Excellence (AVX) is now a part of Allied. AVX, based out of Birmingham, AL, had opened its Nashville office in 2007 and taken over the customer base previously associated with Nicholson’s Hi-Fi.
Bruce Rhodes, who managed the AVX office here, moves into a new position as VP, Business Development for Allied. “Allied was a phenomenal opportunity for us all,” says Rhodes. “We had developed some very personal relationships with our client base and were thrilled that we could come to Allied as a group. This way our customers will see the same, familiar faces. Additionally, Allied has a tremendous facility, great resources, and a terrific reputation, so those things are just icing on the cake.”
Allied operates out of a company-owned facility at 2915 Berry Hill Drive near 100 Oaks.
Allied Home Technologies was founded by Jim Anderson in Nashville, TN in 2005. Allied Home Technologies is a custom electronics design and installation company that provides integration and technology solutions for both residential and commercial clients. It is a fully licensed electrical contractor that offers design and installation of home theater, audio, lighting control, monitored security systems, structured wiring, central vacuums, home automation, computer networking and custom built cabinetry. Headquartered in Nashville, Allied Home Technologies also has an office in Fort Worth, TX. For more information about Allied Home Technologies call 615.385.3999 or visit http://www.alliedhometech.com.