Voice & Data Cables

Voice & Data Network
Cabling Wiring Installations

You may not care about the technical aspects of the low voltage cabling or the fine points of industry codes and standards. What you really care about is that your phone and computer cabling gets installed on time, that the technicians do not leave a mess or disrupt your business, and that the cabling is labeled and works properly. ComRes invests in technology and training to make sure you get the cabling done properly:

Reliability – 99% of all work performed in S. Florida is done by ComRes employees. This ensures that work gets done on time and adheres to the highest level of cabling codes/standards. Companies that subcontract the vast majority of their cabling work cannot achieve ComRes’ level of consistency. Additionally, ComRes uses U.S. manufactured cable/parts whenever possible from manufacturers such as Hubbell, Siemon and General. U.S. made components meet buy-America standards, tend to work better than foreign-made components, and are not subject to the price fluctuations of imported products.

Knowledge – ComRes technicians are certified on Hubbell copper/fiber products, Sumitomo air-blown fiber and many other cabling products. We invest heavily on training for our staff to ensure that your cabling gets installed properly and works the way you want it to for years to come.

Project Management – ComRes uses cloud-based ConnectWise service management to monitor installations and service delivery.

Building a sound technology infrastructure starts with your cabling

It’s what behind your walls that makes the technology in front of them work, and ComRes is experts at installing that technology. ComRes can help you make the right decisions on what type of cabling you need, where you need it, and how to manage it.

Floor plans – it all starts with the floor plans – ComRes takes to time to go over your floor plans with you and determine what type of voice and data cabling you need, and where you need it. Planning this correctly upfront saves you money later on with expensive change orders and upgrades.

Cable Management – Most cabling companies stop when the cable project is finished. ComRes helps our customers plan for the future. Picking the right rack/cabinet, vertical/horizontal cable management, cable labeling system, and data switch/patch panel/patch cord layout are all part of a professional cable installation. This level of cabling detail helps you save money later.

Certified Network Cabling / Wiring

ComRes holds a very exclusive Florida Statewide “Specialty Electrical Contractor” license (ES12000303), which allows us to pull low voltage permits anywhere in the state of Florida, and is recognized in dozens of other states. ComRes also uses the latest in Fluke testers to ensure that all of our copper and fiber installations meet industry standard specifications. This allows ComRes to offer 15-year warranties on new cable installations.

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Voice & Data Network
Cabling Services

  • Structured Cabling
  • Office Network Cabling
  • Computer Network Cabling
  • VoIP Cabling
  • Business Ethernet Cabling
  • Category 5e Cabling
  • Category 6 Cabling & Wiring
  • Voice & Data Cabling
  • Fiber installation (Multi-Mode and Single Mode)
  • LAN Cabling / Wiring
  • (CATV) Coax TV Cabling
  • (CCTV)  Closed Circuit Surveillance and Security Cabling
  • Wireless Infrastructure
  • Toning/Testing/Labeling of existing cabling
  • Project Management
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Choosing The Right Type Of Cabling

You may not understand whether you need Cat 5e, Cat 6, Cat 6a, Plenum (low smoke) or PVC cabling. ComRes engineers will help you understand the technical choices you have and how to choose the best one for your Voice & Data Network Cabling installation.

We ensure your technology will run efficiently since ComRes cabling is installed correctly and tested rigorously to make sure that you do not have costly service issues.

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CATV (Co-Axial or TV) Cable

Many businesses now want to install TV’s or monitors throughout their office for broadcast video, presentations or other media. If your business is in need of implementing or replacing its TV/media cabling, then ComRes can supply a variety of RG6 and RG59 cabling, with either Plenum (low smoke) or PVC cabling.


For larger installations or long distances, you may find the need for multimode or single mode fiber to accommodate your data needs. ComRes carries a full line of fiber products include fiber patch panels and fiber patch cords from Corning and other manufacturers.

CCTV (Closed Circuit or Security) Cable

When you are ready to install your new surveillance system or simply add a few cameras, call ComRes for a quote on what cabling you will need, and what type will work best. Older cameras may require Coaxial or RJ59, while newer IP cameras run on industry standard Cat 5e or Cat 6. ComRes can help you choose which you need or will work best for your surveillance system.

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