About Us

Has Your Room Been "AVR’d"?

A major financial industry client once stated, “This AV system cannot be accepted until the room has been AVR’d.”

What he meant was that he considered our methodologies to be the industry standard in AV system commissioning, and the room wasn't ready until we'd signed off.

Audio Visual Resources (AVR) is a New York-based corporation of highly trained and experienced audiovisual specialists. We are recognized as leaders in the testing, verification, maintenance, repair and installation of some of the nation’s premier audiovisual networks.

AVR was founded in 2001 by Mario Maltese, Jim Maltese, and Lorrie Morrow.

The cornerstone of our business is the key-point testing and verifying of audiovisual systems for a range of enterprises including some of the world’s largest corporations, progressive educational institutions, law enforcement, major conference command centers, IT departments and others who will accept only the best.

In addition to testing and verification, clients receive comprehensive maintenance services, AV system design and installation, and customized AV training.

What “Quality” AV Means for You

Our Quality Management System simply leaves no room for error. AVR is ISO 9001:2008 certified, as well as AV 9000 Compliant, which means:

  • Your project is delivered complete, with no punch lists.
  • Service calls (read “room down time”), if any, are limited to manufacturing issues, rather than installation issues.
  • You always get the “A Team” of specialists. Your ongoing satisfaction is assured by constant training and education of all our staff members on the latest technology and best practices.
  • An annual external audit confirms that AVR is in compliance with ISO 9000 requirements.
  • Working at the highest levels of integrity, openness, and expertise allows us to consistently meet these standards.

Learn how we can bring unsurpassed quality and dependability to your audiovisual network. Call (516) 873-1011.

A major financial industry client once stated, “This AV system cannot be accepted until the room has been AVR’d.”