In the Las Vegas inspired Abt atrium, it’s like you’ve been transported into another world, with a magnificent water fountain, dancing for all to see. Surrounding the fountain are the different boutiques that make the atrium unique.
Mike Abt and his family were visiting a museum in Broomfield, CO., when he saw a bubble machine. He thought it would be a great attraction for the store. So when he got back he described the bubble machine to our woodshop and they created a tall rectangle with a large ring-shaped moat, where the bubbles and wand would stay. By pulling a cord, a large hula-hoop-like ring draws a giant bubble up, to surround kids and even adults too.
Mine-Control and Zachary Booth Simpson created the interactive butterfly attraction at Abt. Stand in front of the 150 screen where your shadow is displayed. Hundreds of butterflies surround you eventually landing on your shoulder, outstretched hand, or even your head.
Weekends at Abt are filled with customers, bargains, and the sweet smell of fresh baked cookies. Each weekend, Abts famous cookie kitchen is staffed with the cookie girls who give our customers warm cookies and coffee, with a smile.
Abt is home to a very unique sculpture by San Francisco artist, Alan Rath. He created a pair of eyes that look around and blink. Rath used two 13 cathode ray tube TV monitors to display the eyes and they are controlled by an internal computer.
The 7,500 gallon, salt water Abt aquarium is home to lots of beautiful fish and eel. Each day the aquarium must look spotless so customers can try out our extensive line of HD cameras and camcorders. Surrounding two sides of the aquarium are the HD cameras and camcorders for customers to test on the beautiful fish and coral.
Our flight simulator is the same one used by aviation schools to train entry level students. Microsofts Flight Simulator FSX is projected onto a 207 screen from a Sony 4K Projector. The screen has an awesome 4,000,000 pixels of resolution. The computer running the program is made by Alienware.
The Abt fountain, the center of the Atrium, was built by fountain technologies. Its waters dance gracefully for onlookers. The wonderful designers at Fountain Technologies have helped to choreograph the water to dance with music!
Abt has a German made 5,381lb granite ball in the showroom. It floats on 12lbs of water pressure and a 3-year-old can spin the globe. It actually rotates on the approximate axis of the earth, when someone isnt spinning it, that is.
For the past 15 years Abts home theater installation department has been selling and installing home theater equipment. For the last 10 years we have done about 3,000 per year. Abt is reliable and we provide pre-and post-sales support.
Kimber Fiebiger is the artist responsible for creating the Humpty Dumpty sculpture in Abts Atrium. Fiebiger is a Minnesota artist who creates bronze sculptures of all sorts, from classic to contemporary, even whimsical.
Abts Atrium features kitchen vignettes by Sub-Zero/Wolf, DCS/Fisher-Paykel, Kitchen Aid/Jenn Air, GE Monogram, Miele, Viking, Thermador, and Dacor. Each Vignette showcases a kitchen option by each brand. GE Monogram, for example, gives an earth friendly selection of energy saving appliances and sustainable materials like bamboo.
George Rhoads created the audio kinetic sculpture that resides in Abts Atrium. The mouse trap is a large sculpture than sends a ball on a journey up, down, and around an intricate maze that is a wonder to watch. Kids and children alike are amazed by the sights and sounds of Abts Mousetrap.
Abt utilizes solar panels in addition to the co-generator and high-output t-5 florescent lighting to save energy. We are a proud distributor of Sharp solar panels.
Abt Electronics began selling solar panels and windmills for both residential and commercial use. We are an authorized dealer for Mariah Power windmills.