Low voltage wiring refers to any form of data cabling that is less than 110 volts.
Residentially, this wiring is generally limited to Cat5E or Cat6 wiring for phones, computers and intercoms, or coaxial wiring (RG6) for televisions. Speaker wiring is also a low voltage, along with doorbell and thermostat wiring.
Residential: Phone system wiring, terminations, and interconnections. Computer wiring, terminations, and interconnections. Television wiring, terminations, and interconnections. We also provide in-wall HDMI cabling for home theatre components. We do whole-house speaker installations, including digital ABUS systems and analog volume controls. (Components provided by homeowner). We also provide intercom system installations.
Commercial: Phone system wiring, terminations, and interconnections. Computer wiring, terminations, and interconnections. We have a cable certification tool that certifies data cabling and identifies any signal loss between termination points. Projector wiring for conference rooms & interconnections with a/v sources. Fiber optic wiring and terminations.
We have done large-scale data wiring/terminations at the Southwest Michigan Innovation Center. This building houses various biotech companies that rely heavily on massive amounts of data transfer and high-speed cabling.
We can wire your new building and provide low voltage cabling as an all-in-one solution. No need to call other contractors, and we are generally more affordable than tech installers or home automation “specialists”.
Most of our clients can certainly guarantee that the same individual who wired their data system will be available for additional data jack installations or re-routing data cabling to accomodate future expansion.