Choosing the Right Structured Cable Company

Category: Network Infrastructure,Structured Cabling
July 2, 2020

Whether you’re running a small company or a huge enterprise, the right structured cabling company is going to make all the difference in your business’s operations. Structured cabling creates a network for all of your business’s electronic devices including the internet, phones, and more, depending on your specific situation. Now, if you’re putting your cabling into the hands of a company that doesn’t have your best interest at heart, you’re going to run into trouble.

The Dangers of Poorly Installed Structured Cabling

When structured cabling isn’t installed properly, you may run into any number of problems, the biggest of which, is heightened downtime. Downtime is any time that your network is offline, and it can cost you. You see, every minute your network is done is a minute that you’re not able to work on projects, attend meetings, answer the phones, or address client problems. These minutes can add up throughout the year and end up costing you a lot of profit.

Another problem with poorly installed cabling is a lack of organization. Cables that aren’t properly laid and organized can lead to fire hazards and malfunction, which can also lead to more downtime. If your cables aren’t working for you, then they’re working against you.

Choose a Company That Knows the Business

So, you know what not to do, but here are a few ways that you can ensure your cabling company choice is the right one. For starters, you’re going to want to find a company that has decades of experience in the industry. After all, experience is one of the best teachers; it teaches you the lessons that you can’t learn in a manual. You also want to look for a company that is solution-driven rather than cost-driven. Yes, having a cheap product may seem enticing, but structured cabling is already a big investment. You need to make sure that you’re investing wisely in longevity.

Lanstar is Your Structured Cabling Partner in Maryland

Whether you’re looking to improve your efficiency or you’re simply looking for a better way to network, call on LanStar Systems, Inc. for your structured cabling needs. We can help you build a robust network from the ground up that minimizes your downtime and maximizes your potential. Contact us today to learn more.


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