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Product Details

Fiber: 100% STAINMASTER® Nylon

Pattern Repeat: 18″ x 18″

Width: 13’6″

Backing: Actionbac®

Country of Origin: USA

Sizes

Size Code Size Shape
W 13’6″ Broadloom

Specifications & Warranties

Using only the highest quality yarns, injection dye processes, and innovative backing systems, Joy’s products deliver outstanding performance in residential to heavy commercial environments. We stand behind our products with comprehensive warranties and outstanding customer service.

Care

Carpet is a long‐term investment and deserves an appropriate maintenance program to protect its appearance. Preserve the beauty of your carpet and maintain a healthy indoor environment by following the simple instructions in our Carpet Care & Cleaning Guide.

Environmental

The Carpet and Rug Institute’s Green Label Plus® Certification is an independent test that measures VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) emissions in carpet. Carpet certified as Green Label Plus® exceeds the most stringent Indoor Air Quality standards and is best suited for living, working, and learning environments

Rio

RioOverview:
Rio is the perfect compliment to those country and western themed home theaters. Representing a collaborative effort between Premiere HTS, sales reps and interior designers, LoneStar incorporates the flexibility of Premiere HTS’ wall-hugger design with the comfort and styling esthetics of the company’s luxurious Rialto MovieLounger™.

Description:
Rio combines the smaller sized frame of our club chair models with the superb fashion and comfort of our plushest recliners. Rio’s smaller footprint and extreme wall-hugger design allows for placement just 3” from a back wall, making it the perfect design choice for installation into smaller home theaters and apartments. Features available with this model are:

  • NEW! Optional swivel tray table – great for snacks, drinks, laptops
  • Optional whisper quiet recliner motor, which allows for continuously variable recline capability
  • Space saving, “wall hugger” incliner design
  • Light touch variable lever release for non-motorized recline function
  • Optional brads/nail head accent on arms
  • 2-tone leather or ultra suede option
  • Configurable in shared arm row layouts (straight or curved)
  • Loveseat or couch configuration (each seat will recline independently)
  • C.O.M./C.O.L. (upon sample approval)
  • Large capacity, stainless steel cup holder

Rio Group

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Construction and Warranty:

  • Computer-cut 5-ply hardwood laminate frame structure – 7-ply at all stress points.
  • High-end furniture standard’s “Bench made” hand craftsmanship on all models.
  • We use only the best grade of cushioning foams with the lowest “memory” and maximum compression resilience.
  • Over 100 of the world’s finest premium European leathers available.
  • Industrial-grade Leggett & Platt recline mechanism.
  • – Lifetime warranted frame – 5 years parts & labor on leathers – one year warranty on ultra suede.

Try one on for size today and Come Home to Premiere.

Rialto

RialtoOverview:
Our most robust, full-bodied home theater recliner, Rialto is right at home in a wide variety of theater venues. From “Way Out West” to the Rocky Mountains, to that librarian-like smoking jacket setting – Rialto combines our most striking chair design with our most plush theater seat to bring you a home cinema recliner unlike any other you’ve ever experienced.

Description:
When only the finest will do, Rialto’s exquisite design offers comfort and versatile style. With an exceptional palette of more than 100 leathers and select ultra suedes, there isn’t a décor that these recliners will not match. The comfort and eye appeal of the Rialto will last for years to come. Features available with this model are:

  • Rialto is not a wall-hugger mechanism and require 17” for clearance for full recline.
  • NEW! Optional swivel tray table – great for snacks, drinks, laptops
  • Optional whisper quiet recliner motor, which allows for continuously variable recline capability
  • Configurable in shared arm row layouts (straight or curved)
  • Loveseat or couch configuration (each seat will recline independently)
  • Optional brads/nail head accent on arms
  • C.O.M./C.O.L. (upon sample approval)
  • Large capacity, stainless steel cup holder

Rialto Reclined

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Construction and Warranty:

  • Computer-cut 5-ply hardwood laminate frame structure – 7-ply at all stress points.
  • High-end furniture standard’s “Bench made” hand craftsmanship on all models.
  • We use only the best grade of cushioning foams with the lowest “memory” and maximum compression resilience.
  • Over 100 of the world’s finest premium European leathers available.
  • Industrial-grade Leggett & Platt recline mechanism.
  • – Lifetime warranted frame- 5 years parts & labor on leathers – one year warranty on ultra suede.

Try one on for size today and Come Home to Premiere.

Eights Tips: Part Three

5.      Avoid the Time/Price Push

Don’t place all the emphasis on delivery time and price.  You are designing and building you or your customer’s “custom furniture” or your dream home theater! Cheap chair companies often promise tomorrow-delivery. They play to the buyer’s misconception of importance. They often fail to deliver on schedule, and installers look foolish when they are late. Under promise… over deliver! Instead, expect quality, custom design and a lifetime of comfort. Remember, you or your custom’s recliners are being built especially for their/your theater. Plan early and deliver more than expected. Price should never be the deciding factor… Ben Franklin once said, “The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten”

6.     Commit to the Category

“Hey, that sounds great,” an installer might be saying. “I think I’ll try a couple in my showroom.” That kind of participation in this category would be like carrying just one flat screen TV or one or two pairs of speakers. When clients come into a showroom, you must create the confidence that, along with your extensive audio and video expertise, you are the home theater seating expert, too. That means offering a selection. Who are the most successful dealers in this category? They are the guys who have an array of seating choices, and the client is compelled to sit in them, admire them and, also buy them! They should sound like experts and understand furniture. https://www.premierehts.com/training-videos/

In today’s market, fewer dealers have showrooms and it is nearly impossible to sit in what might become your room seating. That makes it even more important to deal with a manufacture who specializes in working with the industries top rated designers, builders and integrators… and some direct with client/owners. DO YOUR HOMEWORK! Some 90% or more of theater seating is sold on-line, without ever sitting in it. That might be fine and a deal, but “Buyer Beware,” is more true than ever before.

7.     Update that Showroom

Take a good look around your showroom. Those couches, love seats and director chairs with the speaker company logos! Yeah, they must go! If you are one of the few showrooms around today, specialize in only selling the BEST! It only takes one or two recliners to display comfort and quality! If you show, Good, Better and Best in each category, allow you client to decide what is their specific situation. Those office chairs you brought in from home, they aren’t making any points with your customers either. More importantly, they’re not establishing you as a complete solution dealer.

Your showroom offers you valuable space that can demonstrate the complete experience. Take advantage of that. Build an illusion. A riser with a few chairs, front and back, and a small home theater completes the image. Show them the finished product.  Their only question will be, “how much is this room”? Not how much are these chairs, projector, speakers, etc.

Ever been to a furniture store? They have vignettes (complete rooms). They know most people are design-challenged. People buy the room, not the couches. Help them imagine a complete package. Many, 60,000 square foot furniture showroom/stores have one theater group off in the back corner of the store. Not much of a commitment to the category!

8.      Befriend the Designer

Include a professional, the wife and the designer and/or integrator, in your installation if necessary. Yes, the designer. He or she will be one of your best assets — especially once you realize the designer has the homeowner’s ear when it comes to budgeting and designing their furniture package.

If you are an A/V dealer, allow the designer to use you and your showroom to sell furniture to their own clients. Develop a team of designers in your market, and you will be busier than you ever have been.

Seating is the ultimate attachment sale and completes the experience.  You may have the best projector, screen, sound system and processors, but if they are not comfortable it all fails!

The dealer/integrators who take on the opportunity of selling home theater seating will find that they can complete the vision their customer’s desires/imagines.

By doing your homework, studying the category and partnering with experts, you can widen your attachment presentation and value by being the Theater Room Expert!!

Michael Laurino CEO/President Premiere Home Theater Seating https://www.premierehts.com/

Eights Tips: Part Two

3.      Pick Vendors/Manufacturers Willing to Assist You

Choose vendors that become part of your team, not just the cheapest supplier you found! What if you have a problem designing seating that will work with your designer/room?

What if the viewing angle, the materials or the platform elevation come into question? Does it align with the SMPTE® (Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers) standards/recommendations? Will the furniture company assist you (or even understand you)? Have they ever studied what goes into a theater room plan?

Look for a seating vendor that will work with you, with your client if you are designing and with your builder. Find a vendor that will offer design layouts. More importantly, find a vendor that will deliver right to your home if needed.

4.     Budget for Quality

How do you determine the cost or recommended budget when it comes to furniture/seating for your entertainment room?

Remember: You are or your clients are going to sit in these recliners with family and their/your closest friends for many, many hours. The chair is the one element they will, literally be in contact with you and/or your client throughout the life of the home theater. Now that’s important!  The ultimate “software.” “Nobody was ever sorry for buying the BEST!”

Figure that this important investment of comfort and style should represent 12 percent to 22 percent of the total retail value of the theater. A $100,000 project could and should portion $12,000 to $22,000 in what would typically be two rows (or 5 to 7 recliners). This puts a quality recliner (in the $1,700 to $3,500 retail price range) into your created experience.

Or, you can consider the cheap seats — just think about a $999 retail recliner: It goes from manufacturing to distribution to wholesale and retail, with all the usual mark-ups. It probably costs $200 to $250 (or less) to manufacture and does not equate to a value to investment ratio compatible with the rest of the theater investment. You were taught a long time ago; “You get what you pay for!”

To achieve that low cost, the manufacturer uses blown-in polyester fill, stapled-together chipboard stick frames, stamped and flimsy three-point mechanisms and a cover made from some imitation leather (vinyl), bonded leather or suede fabric material. “Leather Matched” is a term to confuse the end user that they somehow have leather, when in fact only about 15% of the chair is leather (seat top and arm tops) the rest is a vinyl (petroleum) imitation of leather. Even some 100% leather chairs can also be made from inferior, over processed, painted and destroyed hides.

By comparison, a superior level of seating quality delivers a totally different set of characteristics: Hardwood frames glued and doweled, layered solid core memory foams, seven-point scissor lift mechanisms with lifetime warranties (made in America), European, top grain, 100 percent leather upholstery, full spring support systems, whisper quite motors, etc.

Sound a little different? continued https://www.premierehts.com/eights-tips-part-three/

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