• RG-6 Coaxial Cabling

    Cable & Satellite Service Cabling

    This is the standard cabling used for residential cable & satellite television cabling systems. Most homeowners prefer to place these cable connections in areas they gather most for entertaining and watching their favorite television programs.

  • Category 5e Cabling

    Voice & Data Service Cabling

    This is the standard cabling used for residential home networks and voice systems. The cabling and wall outlets installed are a universal connection which means they can be utilized as either a voice or data connection.

  • Service Feeds

    Television & Telephone Service Connections

    This is the standard cabling used for residential home networks and voice systems. The cabling and wall outlets installed are a universal connection which means they can be utilized as either a voice or data connection.

  • Conduit Pipe from Basement to Attic

    Pathway for future cabling installations

    Plan ahead for future changes or additions to television and/or voice & data cabling. Once the walls go up, it gets rather difficult, while still possible, to run additional cabling to the second floor of the home. Installing a Conduit Pipe from the Basement to the Attic space will give you a clear path from the main cabling location to the second floor attic space. no unwanted holes, drywall patching, etc.

  • In-Wall Flex Conduit

    Hide your cable clutter

    If you don’t like seeing the cable clutter that comes with attaching devices to your newly wall mounted telelvision, here’s a solution for that! Installing the In-Wall Flex Conduit gives you a hidden pathway within the wall to hide all of your cables connecting your devices to your television. One outlet is placed directly behind the television, the other down low where the devices are located. The Flex conduit links the two outlets creating a hassle free, hidden cabling path within the wall.