Network Cabling Toronto


We offer all types of Network and Phone Cabling services in Toronto Area including Cat6, Cat5e and Cat6A 10GB data cabling, Access point installation and Structured Cabling services all under one roof.

Network Cabling

We are a team experienced Network Cabling installers who have worked with multiple industry verticals providing professional Structured Cabling and Fiber installations services. Our combined industry experience helps us apply the very best of Network Cabling and Fiber optic Cabling technology to provide you seamless and reliable network connectivity. If you are looking for any types of commercial Network Cabling in Toronto area, we are just one call away.

Why Choose us?

  • Free onsite Cabling estimate
  • Competitive pricing
  • Fully Certified Cabling Installers
  • Fault Finding
  • Structured Cabling
  • Focus on Customer Satisfaction

FAQ's about Network Cabling services

What type of Network Cables do you install?

We install all types of network cables including Cat6, Cat6a, Cat5e, Cat3, Fiber optic (Single mode & Milti-mode), coaxial, HDMI and more.

Different types of UTP Category Cabling and their transfer rate

  • Category 1 is used for voice only
  • Category 1 is for data with a transfer rate of 4 Mbps
  • Category 2 is for data with a transfer rate of 10 Mbps
  • Category 3 is for data with a transfer rate of 16 Mbps
  • Category 4 is for data with a transfer rate of 100 Mbps
  • Category 5 is for data with a transfer rate of 1 Gbps
  • Category 6 is for data with a transfer rate of 10 Gbps

What is Shielded Twisted Pair (STP) and where to use it?

Shielded Twisted Pair or STP cable uses a layer of insulation within the protective jacket and ideal for areas where there are electrical signals or change of signal interference.

What is the difference between Single-mode & Multi-mode-Fiber?

Single-mode Fiber cable has a single route of light and is a very high-performance cable that is more commonly used connecting networks between buildings. Single-mode cable provides 50 times more distance than multimode cable. Single-mode cable is traditionally yellow in color.
Multimode, on the other hand, has a large-diameter core and multiple routes of light. It is available in 2 core sizes: 50-micron and 62.5-micron. It is most common fiber used in day to day network connections such as within a building to connect cabinets. It is recommended for backbone, horizontal, and intrabuilding connections, and should be considered for any new construction andinstallations.

What are different types of Network Cable shields?

There are several types of Cable shields to protect the network from electromagnetic interference (EMI). Shields protect the cable from EMI and help contain any EMI generated by the cable.  Various types shields include the following:

  • Copper braid shield
  • aluminum foil shield
  • Spiral (serve) shield
  • Corrugated metallic tubes
  • Armoured Shield

With this, you need to make sure the Cable shield is properly grounded to improve network performance and security.

Difference between Backbone and Horizontal Cabling?

Backbone cables connect network equipment such as servers, switches, and routers and connect equipment rooms and telecommunications rooms.  Horizontal cables run from the telecommunications rooms to the wall outlets.

Do I need Plenum or Riser Cable?

Plenum is used in offices and location where there is plenum space (the plenum is used for returning air to the HVAC equipment.)  Plenum rated cable is installed in the plenum spaces of a building while Riser cable is used in open spaces such as warehouses or spaces where there is no false ceiling. Riser is cheaper that Plenum rated cable but the installation has to be done as per the building quote.

Do you offer residential Cabling?

We mostly offer business cabling but do residential cabling on a special need or requirement basis.

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Cablify is a team of experienced and certified Network  Fiber optic installers and Commercial Electricians. We provide free onsite estimates.