When planning your office design, it is essential to consider your electrical wiring needs to ensure success. Commercial low-voltage wiring or structured cabling is handled separately from other electrical wiring in your building. Although low-voltage wiring might not sound like it should be on the top of your to-do list, incorporating this type of wiring in your office design will help your company run smoothly and reduce energy consumption. One of the most significant advantages of low-voltage wiring is that it can be used in almost any type of building and applied to a wide range of applications.
- Internet Connectivity
- Security Systems
- Fire Alarms & Suppression
- Temperature Control
Connect To The Internet Quickly & Securely
Every business office needs the right internet connections, including wired and wireless (Wi-Fi). Consider using wired internet if you have many computers and office equipment requiring a strong internet signal and higher security protection. Cat5 wiring cables can carry data, telephone, and video signals that keep you constantly connected.
Using a business Wi-Fi network exclusively for employees and a separate Wi-Fi hotspot for guests significantly reduces the chances of a visitor hacking into your network. Further, business Wi-Fi ensures that guests using your hotspot won’t slow down your employees’ internet connection.
Make Sure You’re Covered In All Areas Of Security
Low-voltage wiring can also include your property’s security, monitoring, and access control systems. Suppose you have valuable office equipment, privacy-sensitive documentation, or the need to keep unwanted people from certain parts of your building. In that case, having these systems up and running as soon as possible is essential.
- Security Alarms
- CCTV, AV & Monitoring Systems
- Entry Access
- Card Readers & Biometric Scanners
Upgrade Your Fire Safety Systems
The wiring for fire safety must give you complete confidence that the protection will work every time. A low-voltage fire alarm system can protect single buildings or connect across multiple buildings to keep your employees and property safe. Modern upgraded systems can connect to apps, send alerts, and automatically detect fire and use liquid, foam, or chemicals in place of water to protect certain materials and delicate equipment.
Lower Energy Costs While Keeping The Temperature Comfortable
Imagine doing business in Las Vegas without reliable temperature control. A low-voltage thermostat is directly wired to control various HVAC systems, including air-conditioning, boilers, furnaces, and ducted heat pumps. These systems ensure that your employees and customers stay comfortable all year round with lower energy consumption.
Las Vegas Low-Voltage Contractor
At Southwest Modular, we have specialized technicians to hook your infrastructure and devices up safely and correctly. Make sure you’re ready to do business as soon as possible after your office move. We are experts in commercial relocation and can help with everything from low-voltage wiring installation to new office furniture. Contact us today to make us your one-stop destination when moving your workplace.