Commercial wiring plans? Call Solid Signal!


Working in a business environment is completely different from working at home. This is really the most true when you’re talking about wiring. Think about it. your home has electrical wiring, plumbing, and probably has some computer network wiring. Yet, you don’t have a massive server closet for your computers, a dedicated closet for your electrical service, and large cutoff valves for your water system. You also don’t have a full-time engineer on site to watch these things. Why?

Volume, volume, volume

Your office serves a lot more people than your home (probably.) A lot more wiring is required and a lot more attention needs to be paid. Getting all that wiring right takes an expert.

It’s not only true on a day-to-day basis. It takes a lot more expertise to plan a commercial installation. It doesn’t matter if you’re talking about video, computers, security, surveillance… it all takes a lot of planning. More importantly it takes an expert. You’ll need someone to design the system so that it meets local codes and works right.

Stable, reliable commercial installations don’t “just happen.” You’ll need to get someone to plan things out for you.

We have just the person

At Signal Connect, the commercial arm of Solid Signal, we have a whole team who can help you plan your installation right. Whether it’s an upgrade or a new build, you’ll need to get plans in place that make sense. Starting with your blueprints, our team can help you plan for success in all your installations.

Commercial audio/video

Our core business is audio/video. We started in the world of satellite TV and that’s where we’re strongest. However, in our almost 20 years in business, we’ve branched out to all forms of video distribution. Whether you just need closed-circuit video or some sort of TV on site, we can help you figure out what you need and plan for a bill of materials and detailed installation guidelines.

Networking and low-power systems

Your computer infrastructure is the key to your success. We understand that. Our team can help you create a wiring plan that is flexible and gives you room to grow. We’ll work with local sources to make sure the finished plan meets all local codes, too. We’ll work to help you find the best solution for wired networking, and put in a Wi-Fi system that helps both your employees and guests get online securely.

Surveillance and security

Modern surveillance systems work with computer wiring, making them easier to install. However, if you’re going to get the best performance you’ll need someone to design the whole system right. Count on our experts to know exactly how to plan your system to create stability and give you all the tools you need to feel safe.

Cellular signal boosting

If you don’t have cell service, you’re out of business. We know that. Yet, most commercial buildings have very poor cell service. They’re just not designed to provide good signal. We can help you with planning a large-scale cellular signal booster system that covers your entire work area with great signal.

What do you need to get started?

Sometimes, this sort of planning only takes a set of blueprints. Other times a technician needs to walk the site before making recommendations and plans. Every situation is different and we’ll be happy to help you review your options.

How much does a plan cost?

That’s the real question, right? A smart businessperson will always ask that question. A lot of times, the answer is “nothing.” We offer design services for a lot of customers at no charge. It just depends on how much equipment you are getting from us, and whether our installation team is involved. Even if you plan on doing it all yourself, we can offer special pricing for our customers.

Let’s get started!

To find out more, call us at 888-233-7563 or fill out the form below. We can help you design anything you can imagine!

About the Author

Stuart Sweet
Stuart Sweet is the editor-in-chief of The Solid Signal Blog and a "master plumber" at Signal Group, LLC. He is the author of over 8,000 articles and longform tutorials including many posted here. Reach him by clicking on "Contact the Editor" at the bottom of this page.