Voice and Data Cabling
It’s what behind your walls that makes the technology in front of them work, and we are the expert at installing voice and data cabling. ComRes can help you make the right decisions on what type of cabling you need, where you need it, and how to manage it.
At ComRes we use U.S. manufactured cable and parts whenever possible so you can reap the benefits. 99% of all work performed in South Florida is done by ComRes employees, not subcontractors. Therefore, you can rest assured knowing that your project is in good hands.
ComRes uses cloud-based ConnectWise service management to monitor installations and service delivery.
First, it 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. Most importantly, because we plan this correctly upfront, you save money later on by avoiding expensive change orders and upgrades.
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. Helping our customers plan for the future helps you save money later.
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.
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. Since we carry a full line of fiber products we can ensure that you will find the best fiber solution.
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.