Structured Wiring

Structured Wiring

Structured wiring is just that. Structured. Wiring.

There are many different systems in your home that do a particular job, and do it well. The low voltage home electrical wiring services are a little different. So many new technologies can use so many different types of structured wiring systems now. It is no longer sufficient to daisy chain from one television jack to another. Once a home is completed, the last thing that a homeowner wants to hear is that the home was insufficiently wired. To pre-wire a home correctly doesn’t cost much more than to do it incorrectly. However, the cost of running wires after a home is finished can be monumental.

Building a new home can be an exciting and joyous event. Of course there are headaches along the way, but that comes with the territory, right? Well it doesn’t have to. The more aspects of the construction process that are left to professionals, the more spectacular the outcome will be. You wouldn’t let the plumber put down your new tile floor, why would you let an electrician do the low voltage wiring? It is true; it’s not rocket science to wire a house for phone and cable lines. But if your aim is to create a serviceable, easily maintained home, there are certain steps that should be followed. There are so many other things that you need to concentrate on during the building process; the location for a wireless access point shouldn’t be one of those.

From phone lines to security and Ethernet jacks we do it all. And we do it with the future in mind. The ability to accommodate cable, satellite, DSL, U-Verse, or whatever service provider you have in mind is always built into our homes. And it is done in a neat and organized fashion. No wires running up the outside of a new home are ever acceptable.