Residential network

Residential network cabling / wiring services

New ethernet cable runs

Cable termination service

Home consultation

Troubleshoot and repair

Router relocation

Security cameras

Video door bell

Retrofit old houses

Coaxial cable runs

Ubiquiti access point

Commercial network

 New Ethernet cable runs

We specialize in retrofitting home networking infrastructure to deliver stable and reliable internet connections. Our expertise lies in upgrading networking systems within finished homes.

New ethernet cable runs for finished homes. Say goodbye to Wi-Fi dead zones and unreliable connections. We specializes in seamlessly installing Ethernet cables in your finished home, providing a stable, high-speed internet connection to every corner of your living space. Whether you're streaming, gaming, or working from home, our professional installations ensure optimal performance with minimal disruption to your home's aesthetics.

What is de difference between CAT 5e and CAT 6 cables

difference between CAT 5e and CAT 6 cables
If you're aiming for quicker internet speeds, Cat6 presents a solid option. It effectively minimizes "crosstalk," which can interfere with your communication channels. However, if you're satisfied with your existing internet speeds, Cat5 might suffice. Plus, Cat5 cables typically come at a lower price point compared to Cat6.


New Ethernet cable run FIX price
$300 per drop/outlet; includes labour and materials (max 80 ft per drop of CAT6 cable)
New Ethernet cable run Hourly rate
$150 for the first hour and $80 each additional hour + $30 for materials per drop + GST
Termination, testing and labeling
$60 for cable run, included both ends and materials needed (minimum 2 terminations)
Home/ Network Consultation
$100, we'll assess your current network setup, identify areas for improvement, and provide personalized recommendations tailored to your specific needs and preferences. From suggesting the best placement for Wi-Fi access points to recommending the ideal networking equipment for your home

Standard home network setup


incoming signal from your service provider; typically located in the furnace room

Wi-Fi router MAIN LEVEL 

place the router in a central location of your home for better Wi-Fi signal


if you want  hard-wired jacks around your house, you need a Ethernet switch in the furnace room

Terminate / finish Ethernet network cables 

Terminating and finishing Ethernet network cables. Many newer homes come pre-wired with CAT5/CAT6 Ethernet cables by the builder, but often these cables are left unterminated and unlabeled in the furnace room, near the electrical panel. 

We can complete these installations, ensuring each Ethernet cable is properly terminated, tested, labeled, and ready for use. 

Say goodbye to the frustration of unfinished network wiring and hello to a seamless, organized Ethernet network that maximizes your home's connectivity potential. 

Upgrade your home network with our professional termination and finishing services today!

Gigabit  Ethernet network switches available

in stock
in stock
upon request

Data cabling 



Network racks available

6-unit network rack
Expandable & customizable patch panel 
One unit mounting rack 

We use only certified solid / bare copper ethernet cables for all our installations

Solid copper cables provide superior electrical performance and reliability, particularly in high-speed or long-distance Ethernet applications.
a few network cables plug in a patch panel
Residential network
Look for these certifications

(CSA) Canadian Standards Association

(UL) Underwriters Laboratories

(ETL) Electrical Testing Labs

Ethernet cables on the market

   CCA       /      COPPER

Solid Copper vs Copper Clad Aluminum (CCA) Cables

Some crucial points regarding the disadvantages of copper-clad aluminum (CCA) cables compared to solid copper cables. The higher attenuation and increased data loss, along with the higher DC resistance leading to more energy loss as heat, are significant drawbacks, especially in applications where data integrity and power efficiency are essential.Moreover, the limitations of CCA cables in applications like Power over Ethernet (PoE) due to lower tensile strength and potential breakage of conductors emphasize the importance of carefully considering the specific requirements of each project or installation.Solid copper cables indeed offer superior electrical performance and durability, making them a preferred choice in many scenarios, despite being more expensive. The decision between solid copper and CCA cables ultimately boils down to balancing these factors along with budget considerations and compatibility with existing infrastructure.
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We take the extra time needed to avoid damaging your finishings so you won’t be left with holes in your drywall or ceilings that need repair

This is an important detail - always confirm in advance with your contractor what’s included in the work so you are not left with a surprise later!

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