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Nationwide experienced data cabling installers

We’re experienced specialists in data cable installations for a range of businesses throughout the UK.

Data cabling and installation can last over 20 years, which is why it’s important to get it right. IT and technology constantly evolves, so it’s vital to ensure that your data cables have been designed and installed with flexibility and growth in mind.

What is data cabling?

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What does the cable do?

A data cable allows baseband transmissions to flow from a transmitter to a receiver, such as ethernet cables, networking media and optical
fibre cables.

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Why are they important?

Data cables are required for several reasons, including PCs/Servers, BMS systems/Access Control/WiFi Access Points, CCTV or analogue or digital phone systems.

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Where are they?

Usually, during data cable installation, the cables will be hidden behind walls or in ceiling panels, to keep the office space safe. In fact, you won’t even know that the cables are there.

Why choose our data cabling services?

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For years, we’ve been installing data cables for hundreds of businesses across a range of sectors, including retail, business offices, healthcare, education and for several outdoor events.

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Whether your business is large or small, we’re confident we can provide you with a data cabling solution that will keep up with your operational demands both now and in the future.

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As a provider of large data networks, we can also advice on your network design to ensure you get the best data cabling solution. We have installed many networks using Cisco, HP/Aruba, Juniper, and Meraki hardware.

Want more information on our data cabling installation services?

Talk to our specialist team today about our data cabling services.

Data cabling considerations

  • What’s the building structure?

    The scale of the job will differ depending on whether it’s a new building, or an existing building that needs new wiring or additional data cabling.

    We’ll assess your floorplans, if you have them, to ascertain the scale of the building. This is because copper Ethernet cables have a maximum distance of 100 metres – so anything above this requires a fibre connection.

    Fibre is usually used to join Comms Cabinets together; multimode fibre can run up to 400 metres at speeds of 40GB+, but anything above 550 metres will require single mode fibre.

    We also need to establish whether there’s any asbestos or other hazardous building materials in the building before we start work.

  • What time frame are you working to?

    We need to clarify when you need the job done by, whether that’s a matter of months, weeks or days. We know that adding new data cables, or updating existing data cabling can be disruptive, so we’ll also establish whether out of hours or weekend work will be required.

  • How many voice and data drops are required?

    A drop refers to one run of cable from a starting point – the server room or the nearest Comms Cabinet – to the end-point – a floor/wall trunk or ceiling location.

  • What network speeds are needed?

    This will help inform the decision on what type of cabling is required. That might be CAT5e/Cat 6/Cat 6a & CAT 7 or, if fibre, then OM1/OM2/OM3/OM4 or OM5.

    Each different type provides different speeds and levels of reliability, where the cable is less affected by interference. As you can imagine, there are differences in cost. We can advise on what is most suitable for you premises.

  • What is the ceiling or flooring like in your office?

    This is crucial when it comes to data cable installation, as there are two types of ceiling: a hard cap ceiling or a drop/acoustic suspended ceiling. The latter is easier to work with because it provides better access for the data cables, but we can work to suit you and your needs.

    Many offices have raised floors nowadays, suitable for underfloor cabling to floor ports containing mains power and ethernet connectivity. If none of these are options or desirable, then we can install wall trunking to house the required cabling.

  • Does your office require plenum or non-plenum cabling?

    This depends on the construction of your office. If your data cabling will be run in a ceiling that also holds the ventilation system, then you’ll need a plenum rated cable. These cables are coated in a fire-retardant plastic jacket, which will limit the amount of smoke & toxic fumes, in the event of a fire.

    Once these questions have been answered, we can then arrange a date to visit your venue and conduct a wifi site survey, where we’ll investigate the layout and possible cable runs and comms cabinets for your site. From there, we’ll provide you with a quote for our data cable installation service, and once accepted, we will arrange an installation date.

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