Low Voltage Wiring for your new home
Consistency is key
A structured Wiring or low voltage wiring can use the same cabling system for everything. Standardize your systems for phone, Ethernet, and Network cabling in order to simplify troubleshooting issues and streamline future cabling updates.
Long Life Expectancy
With support for multi-vendor Audio Video Systems, a standards-based structured cabling system will support your applications and hardware even after you change or mix and match vendors. With a properly structured cabling system, you can avoid reworking the cabling when you upgrade to another vendor or model.
Simplify Moves / Adds / Changes
Whether you need to move a computer or TV from one room to another, share files or printers between computers, add a modem connection, Network upgrades, add VoIP phones, or fax to your office, a network cabling system will streamline the process.
Even cables that were installed correctly can fail, and they do. With a structured wiring system, problems are less likely to occur or knock out the entire network, much easier to isolate, and more straightforward to fix.
Support for Future Audio Video Installations
A structured cabling system will support future AV Installations like multimedia, video conferencing, and Security cameras with little or no upgrade pain.
To help get you started, consider these questions:
- Where do you want TVs to be placed? This is important because we need to have the proper low voltage wires in place and pull them back to the designated AV Rack or equipment area.
- What services are you going to use for TV, cable, satellite, or standard off-air antenna?
- Are you planning to have surround sound in your home?
- Do you want music distributed throughout your whole home?
- What components do you currently have that you would like to integrate with the new system?
- Where are you planning to place your equipment? Such as your audio receiver, cable box, media player, or satellite equipment?
- Do you have the proper shelving to accommodate the size of your components?
- Is there proper ventilation in the component cabinet to keep equipment from over-heating?
- Do you have provisions that allow for wire paths between components?
- Are you planning to have one room as a dedicated home theater room?
- Have you considered a projector for your theater room? If so, are you making the wiring provisions that will allow for this?
- Do you want to be able to control lights and audio components from your iPad or tablet?
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