Home / Residential / Office Arcade Game Room Design and Floorplanning By BMIGaming
We are proud to offer all home / estate owners, interior designers,
architects, general contractors, decorators and others our free home
family arcade and residential gameroom design, planning, decor and
consultation service to help plan, design and decorate your new family
room, kids room, basement, garage, apartment, condo, loft, vacation
home, mansion or estate game room, or to help you remodel or
expand your existing gameroom or family arcade !
We can design a complete custom game room from A to Z ! We will interview you to find our what games would be most appealing to you,
and the people who will be playing them, then plan the space and electrical requirements (if needed), then ship out your games and deliver them to
you in your home or office. Complete home or family game room packages
start from around $5,000 and can run all the way up to $100,000 or more, depending on your physical space and of course, your gameroom budget!
Some Basic Tips on Home Game Room / Home Arcades Design & Planning:
|Gameroom Space - Be sure that your game room has the needed height for larger-sized |
games. Most rooms do, but it is always a good idea to check first. Also check to be sure
that the games you order will have at least 2" clearance on each side for any game that will need to be moved through a door, a stairway or stairwell to get inside your gameroom.
|Game Electricity Concerns - 99% of our games use the standard three-prong 110/120V household electrical socket. Make sure you have enough sockets and that you use a top quality surge protector on all your games to prevent electrical damage from lightening|
strikes, brownouts and electrical surges. And for gamerooms with more than 10 games
on the same circuit, a second or higher amp electrical circuit breaker may need to be installed by your local electrician, for approximately $75 to $175 dollars
|Temperature and Humidity - Although you are buying a commercial-grade machine,|
it is best to insure that the average temperature and humidity in the area you wish you
store or play your games does not normally fall below 10? nor rise above 130?, and with
the humidity under 90% on a consistent basis. Extreme cold, heat or humidity over an extended period (say over 4 months or so) can be harmful to almost any arcade game.
|Windows & Cabinet Fading - To preserve the appearance of your game, try not to|
subject your game's cabinet to direct, unfiltered sunlight. The UV rays in direct sunlight
can fade your game's cabinet artwork and graphics over time. If your games must be
placed near a window with direct sun, consider getting a UV window protection tint
or use blinds or curtains to block direct sun from shining on your game.
For more information about Home Arcade Gameroom Design + Planning,
Please contact BMI Gaming via our Sales Inquiry Form