Unless you’re operating some kind of business that uses ancient methods, you’re likely dependent on the internet and your network. Even businesses like old west theme parks and tarot card readers benefit from advertising online, drawing in new customers. At LanStar Systems, Inc., we’ve been helping business owners, both large and small, with their cabling networks for years, and wanted to talk today about why it’s important to have your cabling certified.
When you have your network installed, the technicians you’re working with should offer you the ability to have the new network certified, but what does this mean? A cabling certification is essentially a method of ensuring your network is 100% functional. Even a minor issue within the complicated network can prevent you from accessing the internet or drastically decrease your loading times. The threat of these issues is removed by certifying your network.
Once you’ve had your cabling certified, you can think of it as having a warranty. Firstly, if the certification was performed correctly, everything should be working fine, and you shouldn’t experience any issues for some time. However, if at some point you do have an issue, you should be able to have the technicians come back out and perform another certification.
If you’re having your network installed for the first time, we recommend you have it certified. You want the base of your network to be mistake-free, and the best way to do this is to have it certified. We also recommend you have your network certified/recertified whenever you upgrade or update it.
Looking to have your structured cabling network certified? If so, then you’ve come to the right place. We love the work we do and take a great deal of pride in the help we’re able to provide our fellow Maryland businesses. Give us a call or get into contact with us today to learn more about how you can benefit from our certification services.
Frederick County: Frederick (21701, 20702, 21703, 21709), New Market (21774) , Mount Airy (21771), Urbana (21704), Ijamsville (21754), Walkersville (21793), Libertytown (21762), Damascus (20872), and more.
Howard County: Clarksville (21029), Columbia (21044), Cooksville (21723), Dorsey (21075), Elkridge (21075), Ellicott City (21043), Fulton (20759), Glenelg (21737), Glenwood (21738), Granite (21163), Hanover (21076), Highland (20777), Jessup (20794), Lisbon (21765), Marriottsville (21104), North Laurel (20723), West Friendship (21794), Woodbine (21797), Woodstock (21163), and more.
Montgomery County: Olney (20832), Damascus (20872), Laytonsville (20882), Silver Spring (20910), Clarksburg (20871), Gaithersburg (20878), Germantown (20876), Bethesda (20816), Chevy Chase (20815), and more.
Baltimore County: Arbutus (21227), Catonsville (21228, 21250), Cockeysville (21030, 21031, 21065), Dundalk (21222), Edgemere (21219), Essex (21221), Garrison (21055), Lansdowne (21227), Lochearn (21207), Lutherville (21093), Middle River (21220), Milford Mill (21244), Overlea (21236), Owings Mills (21117), Parkville (21234), Park Heights (21215), Pikesville (21208), Randallstown (21133), Reisterstown (21136), Rosedale (21237), Timonium (21093), Towson (21204), White Marsh (21162), Woodlawn (21207), and more.
Carroll County: Eldersburg (21784), Finksburg (21048), Hampstead (21074), Manchester (21102), Marriottsville (21104), Taneytown (21787), Union Bridge (21791), Westminster (21157, 21158), Mount Airy (21771), New Windsor (21776), Sykesville (21784), Woodbine (21797), Taneytown (21787), and more.
And the rest of Maryland, Delaware, Washington, DC and Virginia