Tel: 970-252-8567

19185 HWY 550 S STE B, MONTROSE, CO 81403

Top Edge, LLC (c) 2012

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Hire a professional!


Want the sleek good looks of a wall-mounted TV? How about the excitement of a full surround sound system? If you'd like a nice, professional-looking A/V setup, but don't have the time or experience to tackle the installation yourself, let Top Edge do the work for you. This group of professional home A/V installers are licensed and insured, and have a strong record of customer satisfaction. Their services are available throughout the western slope.


Our installation professionals deliver, install, calibrate, and program, home theater systems. We are here for pre- and post-sales support. If you run into any issues, we can troubleshoot over the phone or in-person. Our staff is available to educate users on Top Edge-installed or previously installed systems.

The home theater installation department’s credentials include CEDIA certified installer professionals,  CEDIA certified professional designers,  department members enrolled in Elan’s On-Line University, to stay on top of the latest technology in the industry.

Top Edge tackles anything from simple home theater in a box installation to million dollar whole house A/V integrated systems.


HDTV / Speaker Systems

Our custom A/V projects include everything from plasma/LCD TV or speaker system installations mounted on the wall to elaborate home theater and automation installations. In addition, your TVs may be installed in your Bedroom, Kitchen, Bathroom, or even above your fireplace.

Home Theater Systems

Your Top Edge sales representative and project manager will meet with you in person to help design a theater based upon your needs, tastes, and budget. Our experienced installers and programmers will complete your installation with the level of quality and workmanship you expect from Top Edge.




Not every venue needs the same equipment. That’s why every proposal we send out is custom-tailored to your specific needs. Whether you think your audio system could use a pick-me-up or you’re not sure where to begin, give us a call or shoot us an email- we’d be glad to get you started!


Our designers can provide you with custom user guides and systems diagrams to ensure that your crew, staff, or congregation knows exactly how your audio system works.

Video signals are complex, and handling all of the possibilities can become expensive- but how useful is your projection screen if the image can’t be seen in bright daylight or handle all of your input sources? Yes, there’s cheaper stuff out there, but compromising on quality will lead to disappointment when products don’t meet your real needs. We’ve developed a comprehensive selection of products that meet our high standards while working within your budget.


Making sure the projected image fills the desired screen size, and that the video signal isn’t filled with distortion, involves complex calculation. Variables such as throw ratios and cable length impedances all affect how well a system functions. Our team does the math to make sure your project comes out beautifully.


The central vacuum system is made up of individual components with each component playing an important role in reducing the owner's workload. The owner doesn't have to carry around a bulky appliance since the motor is stationary. Since the dust and debris are removed from the living area and emitted outside, there's no unpleasant smell or re-circulated dust. The lightweight hose makes it easy to just plug into an inlet and start cleaning.

How it Works

The vacuum unit is located in a remote location such as the garage or basement. The vacuum motor pulls air through the pipes and hose, and all the dust, debris, paper, hair, coins, and even small toys accidentally vacuumed are captured and retained in the filter. The exhausted air then is quite clean and is either vented outside or within the area. Depending on the type and capacity of the filter used, it should be replaced every three months to a year. The vacuum is powered on when a vacuum hose is inserted into an inlet within the home.