What types of telephone cable wiring do you need?
Telephones use Category cable, which is comprised of twisted pairs of copper wires. The leading types are Cat 3, Cat 5, Cat 5e, Cat 6, Cat 6a and Cat 7. Larger numbers denote newer cable, which is able to transfer more information more rapidly. Since telephone lines require very little bandwidth, Cat 3 is usually more than sufficient for a small business landline. However, if a building wishes to set up a more advanced network with Ethernet and internet access, it’s a good idea to combine these different functions with better cable. ACCL can survey your site and recommend the best type of telephone cable wiring to use depending on the specific usage desired.
When do you need a professional installer?
If a building is being built from scratch, experienced installers will need to be on site during construction to wire the building. Professionals should also be called upon if a complex network of telephones is being created within a new or pre-existing building. Forwarding systems and extension lines, for example, will need a trained installer. A professional installer will also be necessary if a company wishes to set up a more advanced network, which includes telephone access, such as a combination Ethernet, internet and telephone network.