Not all basements are good for home theater. Many obstacles that have to be overcome include odd shapes, nooks, low ceilings, and support columns. These were just a few of the problems for these home owners when they contacted Premier Home Theater to have them turn their basement into a home theater. After an initial look at the basement’s layout, the designers decided that the only way to make the basement work would be to completely remodel the whole thing, when the owners only wanted a specific section. Fortunately though, the owners agreed but mainly because the added renovations allowed for a mini bar, pool table, gym, kid’s play area, and a bathroom. The theater sits up to seven comfortably in addition to an open side for those sitting at the bar to enjoy the movie too. The 100” projection screen was matched with the Runco RS-900 projector, which displays full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution, a 3000:1 contrast ratio, and 1200 ANSI lumens.