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Whether You Need New Cabling or a Repair to Your Existing Low Voltage Cabling, We’ve Got You Covered

If you’re reading this page of our website, it’s likely because you’re running into one of two issues.

Either you need new cable installed in your facility, or you’re running into trouble with the cabling that is already running through your walls, floor, or ceiling.

Fortunately, you found us!

The NexgenTec team specializes in structured cabling.

Can’t I Just Have Our Electrical Contractor Handle the Structured Cabling?

That’s a great question!

The answer is, you shouldn’t.


Because low-voltage cabling and fiber-optic cabling are very different from the cabling used to power your wall outlets, lights, heat, etc.

What makes low-voltage cabling different?

Depending on the type of cabling, low voltage cabling is made of very thin, fragile strands of copper, plastic, or glass. As a result, it must be handled with greater care than the very tough copper wire that makes up regular, high-power wiring.

Added to the fragile nature of structured cabling is the need to avoid certain sources of unshielded electromagnetic radiation and the need to take extra care with connections. Because we are dealing with low voltage, any disruption or loss of current significantly impacts the speed and efficiency of your internal communications.

What About Design for the Structured Cabling?

Yes! We do that too!

Before a structured cabling project makes it to the installation phase, a qualified tech must draw up plans for the network that take into account the following factors.

  • The structure of the facility
  • The floorplan
  • Your current workforce
  • Your workflow
  • Your anticipated growth plans
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Each of these items factor into a design for your structured cabling layout.

What About Troubleshooting Problems with Low Voltage Cabling?

Troubleshooting low voltage cabling is tricky. Sometimes, it’s finding something as small as a broken strand of wire inside a cable or dust on a fiber-optic connection.

But we have good news!

We do the impossible every day.

Our structured cabling professionals have worked on so many installs and troubleshooting calls that we know exactly how to find problems, address them, and get you back to working at full speed again.