Dependable Sound for Every Building.
We offer a variety of custom audio solutions that provide all the flexibility you need to communicate your message, extend your reach and help you better connect with your customers – and your employees.
ADTEL specializes in A/V component integration & cabling solutions for commercial/industrial applications.
Over the years, we’ve undertaken thousands of sound system installations, both large and small.
Our clients include auto dealers, industrial shops, commercial warehouses, hotels, churches, schools, professional offices, healthcare clinics, recreational centres, restaurants, shopping malls and retail outlets. It’s been our privilege to work with everyone from small store owners, restaurant managers and non-profit board members; to electrical contractors, project managers and major builders.
Contact us to arrange a consultation. We’ll evaluate and make recommendations regarding your A/V system requirements, the desired personality of your environment and your marketing objectives. This service is free of charge to potential customers and includes suggested A/V products/solutions, implementation timelines and estimated costs.
High-quality equipment & professionally installed data network & fibre optic cabling are important aspects of any reliable communications network. Give us a call and we’ll make sure your A/V infrastructure is installed properly.
A Few Facts About
ADTEL Paging/Sound Systems
62% Believe music can positively influence employee behavior.
62% of decision-makers at offices & factories believe that they can positively influence the behavior of employees through playing music. – VisionCritical
71% Would like to listen to music at work.
71% of employees would like to be able to listen to music at work. – VisionCritical
78% Say music makes them more patient.
78% of those who like hearing music in waiting rooms feel it makes them more patient. – VisionCritical
80% Believe music relieves tension.
80% of 41 pubs & clubs believe that music relieves tension & awkward silences. – VisionCritical