Smart Home Network
Of course, to have music playing in every room, a movie viewable throughout the house, and security cameras all require a substantial amount of behind the scenes work!
Piping along the wall (bottom) for network cables
If you look closely in the picture above, you will see that we ran a series of pipes flush against the house. These were picked to ensure their color matched the exterior nicely, while both protecting and concealing the network cables that were ran.
A robust wireless network was also implemented to handle other audio/video devices where running network cables was not necessary or feasible.
Audio/Video Equipment Rack
And here is the audio/video backbone, handling all of the speakers, TVs, cameras and more. All wires neatly terminate into a rack, keeping the equipment safely off the floor and well ventilated.
To keep all of this high-tech equipment safe, we used Surgex equipment to filter the electrical input and protect it from spikes. We also regularly maintain the equipment and monitor internet speeds using remote software tools.