Low Voltage (also known as Structured Wiring) refers to the wiring and cabling infrastructure within your home that supports various digital technologies. From wiring required to support a simple service such as telephone, to a complex infrastructure required for routing concurrent high definition HDMI video streams from multiple sources to multiple TVs and projectors throughout your home, we have the expertise and experience to design and implement a low voltage wiring solution to achieve your objectives. In addition, our low voltage cabling designs will allow you to adopt new and emerging technologies as they become available in the future – without the need to cut open your walls and retrofit additional wiring.
Pulling wire from point A to point B is one thing. Ensuring the final installation is professional, neat, organized, correct, and easy to service in the future, is quite another. A professional cabling installation helps ensure reliability of all the systems and technologies it supports. With TechnoStructure, our experienced technicians install, document, and test all cabling so you can be sure your low voltage infrastructure is organized, reliable, and future-proof. Our Low Voltage and Structured Wiring services include:
- Infrastructure cabling for security, entertainment, and technology.
- Cable testing, repair, organization, and documentation.
- Rescue and Clean-Up work: If the cabling in your home has been left in a disorganized mess by another contractor or if you are experiencing system reliability issues, TechnoStructure can and frequently does improvement work on existing installations.
- Professional telephone system implementation.
- Landscape lighting and integration with home automation.
What about wireless? Why do I need any cabling to begin with? In short, you should choose a hard-wired solution over wireless for improved: 1) Security; 2) Reliability; and 3) Bandwidth (i.e., speed). To be clear, at TechnoStructure we LOVE wireless technologies and we implement them all the time for our customers. But we do not believe wireless is (or will be any time soon) a “silver bullet” for the backbone of every technology, particularly those that involve video.