Low Voltage Cable Installation

Low-voltage cabling solutions, also known as structured cabling is used by people in a few different ways. Some people use low-voltage to refer to all of the wire and cable infrastructure in a home. In that respect, all of the cabling that we do at Straight Line Communication is considered low voltage.

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Low-Voltage Cabling in NJ

the choice of which cable to use is based on a number of factors: the structure of the building, the current and projected future needs of the space, the amount of cable that will be required, and, yes, cost considerations.

Others believe that low voltage refers to specific types of cabling or cabling solutions, which can be used in residential and commercial business applications, and that this particular type of low voltage cable reduces interference. Any cabling installation you receive from a professional installer should be designed to reduce interference. While there are some types or categories of cable that are lower-interference than others, this is not a special low-voltage option. Instead, the choice of which cable to use is based on a number of factors: the structure of the building, the current and projected future needs of the space, the amount of cable that will be required, and, yes, cost considerations.

Straight Line Communications offers full-service cable installations. Many people think of cable installation as a simple matter of pulling wire. While pulling wire from one point to another is certainly one component of a cabling installation, it is only a small component. In fact, our cable installations do not start with pulling wire. Instead, they start with a comprehensive consultation with you to find out what you need from cable installation.

In addition to looking at the physical space and finding out what you think you need, our technicians are going to find out what kind of business you have, how many customers you have, the type of phone and internet traffic you receive, the hardware and software that you use, and similar questions to ensure that the services you are seeking are the ones that will support your business seamlessly for years to come.

We install our cables neatly. This may seem like a small detail, but if you have ever been involved in a structured cabling expansion and had to deal with disorganized prior installs, you realize that a neat, well-documented installation makes future expansion simple, while a messy installation can make future expansions unnecessarily chaotic and time-consuming. Our goal is that our customers will be happy and satisfied with the work we do now, but also able to build on that work for the foreseeable future, so that your infrastructure can grow with your business.