Based in Valley Springs, we run our family business from our 12-acre ranch. That lets us pass the savings on office, shop and warehouse expenses directly to our valued clients. At Acoustechs, we strive for consistently professional design, sales, installation and service. And with more than 30 years of experience, we know how to hit the high mark we set for ourselves. We can provide what you need within almost any budget. Our creative design capabilities will enable you to value engineer your project. We further ensure quality by offering brands with proven reliability, vendors with a track record of delivering products on time at competitive prices and avoiding installation shortcuts that can result in long-term reliability issues. Acoustechs is your one-stop local source for a wide variety of electronic systems that are guaranteed to enhance your life and business. Call us for more information on DIRECTV, Viasat Internet (formerly Exede Internet), HughesNet, flat-screen television, DVR equipment, home audio and entertainment systems and products. We also do in-house repairs and are available on call after hours for your convenience.
Viasat Internet brings big-city internet to rural locations, areas in which many residents previously had no cable or DSL access. Our ranchers, farmers and oil and gas workers need to stay connected to ensure their businesses thrive. Viasat’s satellite technology brings fast internet to places like these that once had limited choices and where cable can’t reach. Unlike other technologies that require extensive infrastructure, Viasat Internet comes directly to your home or business from our satellite. Rated number one by the FCC two years in a row for delivering advertised speeds or higher, Viasat provides high-speed, dependable satellite internet service. Call us today to learn more about it and if it’s right for you.
Valley Springs is a small town of about 3,600 people in Calaveras County. Calaveras is the Spanish word for skulls, and the county was reportedly named for the remains of Native Americans discovered by a Spanish explorer. Tourists come here to visit Calaveras Big Trees State Park, a Giant Sequoia preserve. In the mid-1800s, fortune seekers also flocked to the area to mine the mineral calaverite, an uncommon gold mineral named for the county in which it was discovered. Mark Twain’s story, “The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County,” here. In celebration of that claim to fame, the county hosts an annual fair and Jumping Frog Jubilee.