We covers a wide variety of service throughout all fields including
- Electrical Installation
- Home Automation
- Digital antenna Installation and services
- Telephone, NBN and data cabling
- Security camera and Alarm Installation
Fiber optic cabling
Phone line installation
# Structured cabling: A standardized approach to cabling infrastructure that includes a system of cabling and associated hardware
. # Network cabling: The physical wiring used to connect devices on a network, such as computers, servers, and switches.
# Cat5e/Cat6 cabling: Category 5e (Cat5e) and Category 6 (Cat6) are types of twisted pair cabling commonly used for Ethernet networks.
# Patch panel: A device used to terminate cable runs and allow for easy connections between different devices.
# Cable testing: The process of verifying that a cabling installation meets performance standards and can transmit data at the desired speed and quality.
# Data center cabling: The cabling infrastructure used to connect servers, storage devices, and networking equipment in a data center environment.Reliable Data Cabling Services - Get professional and reliable data cabling services for your business or home. Our technicians ensure high-quality installations that will meet your needs and exceed your expectations.
Fast Ethernet Cabling Solutions - Need to upgrade your network? Our expert technicians can provide fast and affordable Ethernet cabling solutions that will improve your network's speed and reliability.
Home automation gives you control over the systems in your home, or your office whether they be your lights, air-conditioning or your entertainment system. Thanks to advances in technology, homes more than ever can be automated at a lower cost.
Z-Wave is the world’s leading wireless technology of automation solutions for smart homes. Since 2005, Z-Wave have become a global standard in home automation technology. Smart solutions based on Z-Wave technology offers massive convenience for homeowners, which allows them to save time and money
The following aspects of the home may be automated:
To operate the automated components of your home, there are several
options available such as touch screens, wall-mounted keypads,
television screens, remote controls, and access via the Internet or
mobile phones. Home automation works by having these operating devices -
keypads, remotes, touch screens etc.
The best time to install a home automation system is when you are building or renovating your home. This allows the allow us to have the best access to the wiring systems, and in turn, this makes installation coat lower. Homes can also be retrofitted with automation systems even if access to wiring is not available thanks to new wireless technologies. Cutting holes in walls are no longer necessary. With new improvement in wireless technology now you have more option and choice to place controls.
To get an accurate idea of what your home automation system will cost, it is best to consult with one of ours staff.
Remember that home automation is about enhancing your home and lifestyle, so any system we install for you it is easy to use.
This allows your whole family to enjoy all the benefits of the system.
Call us to discus design, install and supply the best layout for existing room, or to set up a complete system in new home.
CCTV: Closed-circuit television
IP Camera: Internet Protocol camera
NVR: Network Video Recorder
Infrared: Night vision
Resolution: Image quality
Motion Detection: Alert when motion is detected
Remote Access: View camera footage from anywhere
PoE: Power over Ethernet
Burglar Alarm: Alerts in case of a break-in
Smoke Detector: Alerts in case of smoke or fire
Carbon Monoxide Detector: Alerts in case of carbon monoxide buildup
Panic Button: Allows for quick alerts in case of emergency
Keypad: Enables arming/disarming of the alarm system
Siren: Loud alarm sound to alert occupants and deter intruders
Monitoring: 24/7 monitoring by a professional monitoring service
Wireless: Alarm system that uses wireless technology for easy installation and management
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Digital TV antenna Installation
TV installations, repairs and extra outlets
Video, MA TV, Pay TV and Satellite
Storm damage work
TV wall mount
Pay TV multiple viewing
Digital antennas are an excellent way to receive high-quality, clear reception for over-the-air broadcasts. The process of installing a digital antenna involves finding the best location for the antenna, mounting it securely, and connecting it to your TV or other devices. The quality and strength of the digital TV signal that your antenna receives can be affected by several factors, such as distance from the broadcasting tower, interference from other signals, and obstacles like buildings or trees.To boost the signal strength of your digital antenna, you can use a device called an amplifier. A channel scan is necessary to find and save all available channels in your area after installing your antenna and connecting it to your TV. If you live in a rural area or your home is surrounded by tall buildings or trees that may interfere with your signal, you may need to use a tall pole or tower called a mast to mount your antenna.Directional antennas are designed to receive signals from a specific direction and can be useful if you live in an area where the broadcasting towers are located in a particular direction. Finally, coaxial cable is used to connect your digital antenna to your TV or other devices and is an essential part of any digital antenna installation
- Solar system Maintains
- Solar system Inspection
- Solar system testing and repairs
- Services call solar inverter repair, installation
Our professional and friendly sales and customer service staff are supported by qualified professionals who go the extra mile to ensure our customers are extremely happy with their work. By explaining everything in advance, and ensuring only the best service, we guarantee a hassle free and enjoyable service Our experienced designers and installers are all licensed, insured and CEC (Clean Energy Council) accredited.
installation, repair and service
Roof Exhaust fans are a great solution where there is limited installation space for a fan, or to move the fan motor outside the room to reduce the noise generated. They are suitable for a range of applications – from bathrooms and toilets to range-hood alternatives. Our roof exhaust fans have varying capacities and we have particular models for installation for both metal and tiled roofs to suit your particular needs.
Air Transfer systems are used to transfer tempered (hot/cold) air from one room to other rooms.Warm air is picked up through ceiling vents, where the in line fan then transfers the heat to the vents in the destination room(s). The system can be controlled manually via wall switch or through a thermostat ventilation solution (controlled by the temperature of the room).
Subfloor/Underfloor ventilation kits provide an effective solution for ineffective movement of air under the house. Circulation of the subfloor air can prevent the occurrence of moisture and mildew underneath the house – maintaining a happy, healthy household.
In Line exhaust fans are installed in the roof space above (or slightly away) from the area of installation. Many choose to have an In Line fan because of its flexibility in being able to be mounted anywhere in the roof space above the room.
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