STRUCTED CABLING

Less entanglement and more connection.

Structured cabling systems are a kind of network cabling solution that organizes your infrastructure. The beauty of structured cabling is that it helps to future-proof your business by accommodating any new hardware you add while supporting the increasing amount of data businesses use every day. It makes things much easier to manage as your business grows!

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The backbone of your communication system.

Having a solid infrastructure for telephone and computer networks is a must, that's why we offer a wide range of structured cabling services.

Entrance Facilities

The physical point where the wiring begins and the telephone company’s wiring ends.

Equipment Rooms

Rooms inside the building or campus that house equipment or consolidation points.

Backbone Cabling

Inter- and intra-building cable connections.

Horizontal Cabling

Wiring that connects telecommunications rooms to outlets or work areas in the floor.

Telecommunications

Connects the backbone cabling and horizontal cabling throughout the facility.

Work Area Components

Connections between the end-user’s equipment and the outlets of the cabling system.

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Frequently asked questions.

Get answers to commonly asked questions.

What is Structured cabling?

Structured cabling systems are designed around telecommunications code standards. They define how to lay cable in different topologies to ensure flawless continuity and connectivity.  Some factors include distance limitations, cable types, flammability ratings, and bend radii.

Do I need 1 or 2 cables per work area?

This decision is a widely debated topic. The fact is, cable is inexpensive relative to the entire telecommunications system and building that it serves. The increased functionality and bandwidth from one more data cable can be priceless. Going back and adding cables can be expensive and cumbersome, especially after drywall is in place.

What kind of warranty do you provide?

Cabling system warranties eliminate confusion between the cable manufacturer and the connectivity manufacturer if the system has a problem. In the early days of structured cabling, there was mainly one cable and connectivity manufacturer. Now, many companies have legal agreements in place to support a single solution and warranty design.

What should I budget for my structured cabling project?

Although we have this as our last question on the list, it’s often the first question we're asked. Unlike most vendors, we welcome this question and like to provide helpful information. From a rapid ballpark estimate to more detailed pricing based on your specific needs, contact us for a free estimate.

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