Network Data Cabling - FAQs

Rates vary based on multiple factors such as type of building, material requirements, etc. To provide an accurate estimate, we will need to conduct a free on-site or virtual walkthrough. 

The main difference between CAT5e and CAT6 cable is the bandwidth supported for data transfer. CAT6 cables are designed for operating frequencies up to 250 MHz, compared to 100 Mhz for CAT5e. This means that CAT6 cable can process more data at the same time which equates to better performance.

Absolutely! We offer testing and repair for copper (i.e. CAT6, CAT5E, etc.) and fiber optic cabling.

Yes, during new construction or open wall renovations. If you home is already finished, please reach out to discuss options.

Yes. We also offer network setup and enhancement including high-end network and Wi-Fi equipment installation and cloud-based VoIP phone service. 

Network Data Cabling can help you with cabling infrastructure, installation and more.