The end of 2017 is already here, and you’re probably looking forward to spending time with family and friends celebrating the holiday season and the pending New Year.
2017 was one of the most successful years for us here at PCD, and we thank all of our valued clients and staff for their support to bring our business where it is today! We achieved this success due to the continued support of our clients and the commitment and consistent productivity of our ever growing staff.
The New Year always brings excitement and anticipation of things to come. Here in Sonoma County, multiple school districts approved tax bond measures to renovate and upgrade many local schools and campuses. As a Sonoma County business for over 35 years, PCD is proud to continue to support local infrastructure through these facility upgrade projects that benefit our community as a whole.
Do you have a wish list for your business in 2018? Is it time to finally update the sound system you’ve considered outdated for a while now? Just ask and our engineers and sales team will send a transparent turnkey proposal your way!
We continue to appreciate everyone who takes the time to send suggestions and feedback our way in order to help the PCD team thrive. We look forward to continuing our relationship with you.
Here’s to a bright 2018!
The PCD Team
Great things are on the horizon at PCD. As the new year approaches, we have refreshed and relaunched our PCD brand. As the trusted AV integrator in northern California for the past 35+ years, we wanted to honor PCD’s past in an expressive yet significant way. It was important to PCD to maintain the integrity… Read more »
Now that the Nuns, Tubbs, Atlas and Pocket fires are more than 90% contained, we are now looking forward to our new “normal” in Santa Rosa. We are thankful that all our employees and families are safe after this terrible natural disaster, although 2 of our employees lost their homes. Many people have reached out… Read more »
As the fires around us continue to ravage we are doing our best to continue operations and serve our clients. Many of our employees have been evacuated and some have lost their homes. Our first commitment is to our employees and community. In the meantime, the PCD employees who are able to report to work… Read more »
Our crew of installers and technicians stand out because of their experience and knowledge of audio, video, and communications systems. PCD’s installation team are all members of the IBEW Local 551 Union, and our training program for apprentices is run through the Union. This gives a regularity to the training our employees receive and prepares… Read more »
PCD has built a reputation on supporting education, theater arts, churches, conference centers, hotels, and a wide variety of businesses through High Definition Audio/Visual systems. Our talented engineers design and implement world-class systems for theaters and concert halls across Northern California, ensuring that the sound can be comfortably heard from the back of the auditorium… Read more »
We are proud of the technician / installation staff at PCD. Our Techs and PCD are committed to ongoing training with our valued vendors’ products and in the latest technological breakthroughs. Members of the team are certified in Crestron, Extron, BiAmp, QSYS, Utelogy, Symetrix and more. PCD performs installations to the industry standards put… Read more »
We posed some questions to Skip Godwin, the newest addition to the PCD team 1.) How did your career begin? What did you learn along the way? Didn’t everyone in the AV business start by playing guitar? Well I did – Until I hit 6’ tall. Apparently, the rules of rock and roll clearly state… Read more »
PCD is now offering Maintenance Agreements beyond the initial PCD warranty. This enables our clients to have an audio / video system performing at the highest level while being able to build the costs into their annual budget. The price of the agreement depends on the PCD installed equipment and the intricacies of the overall… Read more »
In the process of installing our systems, we often run into the need where multiple runs of microphones from various stage panels that have XLR connectors all have to feed to a central point where we need to allow a easy……