Structured Cabling and Prewire by Streamline of Denver, Colorado.
Thousands of satisfied customers in Denver, Colorado can't be wrong. Streamline Communications is your choice for residential installation and repair in and around Denver, Colorado. Since 1996, our courteous, experienced technicians have delivered prompt, professional service for our customers in and around Denver, Colorado. Combined with scheduled appointments and competitive rates, your satisfaction is always guaranteed. Experience install service on your terms.
Structured Cabling & Prewire Install Services include:
Structured Cabling & Prewire Install for communications, security & home entertainment
Structured Cabling and Prewire Installation & repair of telephone wire/jacks, television & satellite cable by qualified installer.
Structured Cabling & Prewire Install for Home Networking by an experienced installer.
Residential Structured Cabling & Prewire Install by a Professional Installer!
When building a new home or renovating, it is important that communications and security are considered in the planning stage. Our consultants design the structured cabling & prewiere installation infrastructure before construction begins, working with our clients to develop a solution addressing their install needs. From start to finish, the installer will deliver on schedule and on budget. Our structured cabling and prewire install services by a professional installer conform to the latest industry and consumer standards, ensuring that your home will be wired for today and tomorrow.
Structured Cabling & Prewire Install Services by a Professional Installer Include:
Structured Cabling & Prewire Installation of telephone, computer, television & satellite, security and home entertainment wire and cable by a Professional Installer!!
Structured Cabling & Prewire Cabling for intercom and closed circuit television by a professional installer.
Installation & Repair Services
Structured Cabling & Prewire Installation or repair is just a phone call or email away. Contact a professional installer for:
Structured Cabling & Prewire Install of Telephone cabling and jack installation and repair by a qualified installer.
Structured Cabling & Prewire Install of Television cable installation and repair (including high speed internet) by a seasoned installer.
Structured Cabling & Prewire Cabling for Home Networking
Since the introduction of computer grade wiring to the residential market in the late 1990's, our clients have been upgrading telephone house wire, or complimenting existing wire with network cable. This has become the standard in new construction, addressing current requirements, while not ignoring the future of communications. Many of our customers in older homes are now enjoying their own home networks. Based on traditional business applications, users can share internet service or files without leaving their computer. From a simple installation connecting two computers, to networking every room in your house, we work with you to provide a functional, affordable solution.
To properly prewire a home can pay for itself many times over during the life of a home. The following are a few examples of what some of our customers have had to face because their home was built with a minimal number of Cable and Telephone outlets.
A few points to consider, and be aware of, if you are building a new home, remodeling, or refinishing a lower level. First, envision your needs. Here are some questions to ask yourself and family:
1. Will you need an Internet Connection, how many PCs and what is available in your area, Cable, Dialup, DSL, or Satellite?
2. Will there be a need for multiple telephone lines, teens, fax, or dialup Internet and will they need to be available at all outlets?
3. Will you be considering a personal telephone system?
4. What kind of Television signal will be in use, Cable, Rooftop Antenna, or Satellite or a combination of multiple systems?
5. Will you be considering a dedicated home theater? Either immediately or in the future.
6. Would you like to ability to have music in multiple rooms or outside using dedicated or shared source components?
7. Will you be installing a security system and cameras? If yes, do you want to view the cameras on any or all televisions?
Now, what to ask the builder and do not be afraid to ask, these questions will probably save you money in the future.
1. What is included in the price of the home prewire or structured cabling
a. Number of outlets
c. What kind of outlets, Coax, Telephone, or Data?
d. Are all cables home run to a central location or daisy chained?
2. What kind of cable will be installed during the prewire and is it qualified for what you are planning to use it for.
3. Is the installer qualified in low voltage prewire and will they be using quality outlets designed for your intended use.
4. Will there be extra cable pairs for expansion and other uses in the prewire.
5. What are the up charges for additional outlets and would it be more cost effective to use a low voltage specialist for prewire.
6. Will the wiring be documented and labeled for the prewire.
Obviously, there are many more questions that could be asked, but by asking the above questions you should be able to get a good idea of the level of commitment the builder has toward low voltage wiring, the qualification of the installer, what to expect from the prewire install, and how flexible the prewire will be.
We believe and promote the use of a professional low voltage prewire cabling company for all new construction. Even if you are just going to install coax and telephone outlets a low voltage prewire specialist can bring options and considerations to the table that may have never entered your mind.
Low voltage technology, as with many high-tech industries, is very dynamic. With many more manufacturers producing electronic products for the residential marketplace, we see prices now less than half of what they were just 5 years ago. It is now a great time to consider projects such as Home Theater, High Definition Television, Home Automation and Security, Whole Home Audio and Video Distribution, or Data Networking. Even if these types of projects are not feasible, especially if you are building a new home, consider installing the infrastructure now. The investment, during construction, remodeling, or finishing a lower level can pay for itself many times over and can be used as a selling point if you even decide to sell your home.
4 Reasons to Pre-Wire your Home!
Building a new home?
Remodeling your current house?
Chances are good that your builder or contractor has mentioned pre-wiring. You may be wondering if this is something you want to add to the punch list, so let's talk about why pre-wiring makes good sense.
Future-Proof Your Home
It's true that we can't plan for everything the future will bring. We do, however, know what types of wiring will be most useful. Pre-wiring also allows homeowners a little room for growth. Perhaps you don't want surveillance cameras right now, but with the proper wiring in place you can add them in a snap.
Maybe you're not an audiophile, but the next person buying your house could be. When buyers are making the tough decision about which house to buy, the home that gives them flexibilty and options for home theater, communications and security needs will show better than non-wired comparable homes.
Prewiring not only hides cables, it allows you to create a centralized hub. You can stack and store equipment, like AV receivers and amplifiers, in one place. Better yet, you can have it all located in a conveniently located closet or cabinet that is out of sight.
Protect Your Paint Job
You can retrofit a home with wiring. It's not an incredibly complicated process, but you may have to open up walls to get the job done. If repairing drywall and repainting is not high on your priority list, consider running the wires before those walls go up.
Some homeowners try to skip the pre-wiring step, claiming they can handle their needs wirelessly. While it's true that more and more data can be transmitted wirelessly, not everything can. Consider your home theater or even more straightforward TV viewing needs. These days, with DVRs and satellites providing the ability to record, store, and watch multiple shows on multiple TV's, wires are more important than ever.
But there's much more to pre-wiring than setting up amazing home theater systems. With the proper wiring in place, you can control systems all over your home. Here's a partial list of systems that can benefit from proper pre-wiring:
Home theater and entertainment
PC and internet networks
Phones, door-phones, and intercoms
Security, including surveillance cameras
Once you decide to pre-wire your new build or remodel project, Streamline can help you put together the perfect plan for your home.
From Pre-wire to Popcorn!
A Great Home in the 21st Century requires Technology to keep up with today's needs.
When a Home is in Frame we can do ANYTHING with technology.
Smart Phone Control of almost everything.
Once the Wiring is in and the Paint dries, We can provide all the hardware necessary to help it all work seamlessly together.
New Construction Pre-wire
Introducing Streamline Communications for New Construction
When you're building you dream house, you have the opportunity to build for the future. From the initial design stages, you can design your home to include advanced wiring. Streamline Communication consolidates all of your wiring needs into one central hub: telephone, cable, networking, audio, video, intercoms and home security.
Whole House Audio
Home Security Systems
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