Has your business operation inherited a large mess of IT closet wires that need cleaned up and properly re-organized? Not only can a dis-organized network wiring or IT closet be unsightly, but it can also cost you more money? If hired IT technicians have to spend extra time identifying what wires go to what resources in your business then they are not efficiently tending to your IT needs. And who wants to deal with IT technicians disrupting your entire business going from office to office to determine how connections are routed etc? Access Control Technologies Technicians can easily reorganize and properly label your IT closet mess in no time at all. It’s time to streamline that mess and get your business network cabling under control.
As a multi-state Licensed Contractor, you can rest assured that Access Control Technologies has the skills, staff, and expertise to assist you with all of your data and structured wiring needs. Hiring a licensed contractor helps to ensure that your structured cabling project will be done on-time and on-budget. Regardless of the size of your project, your business will receive a high level of commitment and attention from our staff.
We specialize in delivering:
- Network cable wiring
- Network relocation
- Data drops
- New set up and maintenance solutions
- Efficient ethernet network design
Already have a network infrastructure in place?
We can upgrade or relocate your existing system wiring at a moment’s notice. And, our technicians are experts when it comes to CAT 5 and CAT 6 Ethernet cable wiring, floor & wall mount racks, cable testing, cable certification, demark/demark extensions, Ethernet network wiring, and internet activation.
We know and understand that each and every installation is unique and we take great care to provide the best solution possible. Our team of expert technicians and project managers will work around your busy schedule until your project is completed.
We have mobile technicians proudly servicing our multi-state operation across the great states of; Kansas, Oklahoma, Nevada, Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, North Carolina, Tennessee, West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and Florida.