Low-Voltage Electrician

Low-Voltage Wiring Services For Commercial & Industrial Properties

Low-voltage electrical components and applications can be found in just about every commercial and industrial setting. While larger appliances and industrial machinery may require high-voltage current, things like thermostats, telephones, security systems, smart devices, different types of lighting, and a wide range of sensors and controls are all low-voltage systems.

Suncoast Power is available for commercial wiring projects of any size, from small offices to large industrial facilities and everything in between. Contact us today to speak with a low-voltage electrician about your project.

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What Is Low-Voltage Wiring?

Low-voltage wires are ones that can carry up to 50 volts of electricity. Typically, the voltages will be 12V, 24V or 48V.  For comparison, the typical wall outlet carries either 120 or 240 volts, so these wires pose a smaller risk for severe shock and other injuries.

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Work With An Experienced Low-Voltage Electrician

Low-voltage electricians can handle various services, from Wi-Fi installations to network cable upgrades. Everyday responsibilities of a low-voltage electrician include (but are not limited to) the following:

  • Conducting site assessments
  • Testing electrical systems
  • Identifying defects and safety risks.
  • Diagnosing and repairing potential hazards
  • Installing new cables & wiring
  • Documenting wiring systems

Our Low-Voltage Wiring & Electrical Services

At Suncoast Power, our low-voltage electricians prepare electrical plans based on blueprints and other schematics to ensure efficient installations that will function well for years. We also prepare accurate price and time estimates and keep our clients in the loop throughout the project. Here are some of our more typical low-voltage wiring services.


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Cable Site Surveys

Before installing low-voltage cabling at your property, our team can visit the site for a comprehensive assessment. Our electricians will consider your electrical goals and budget to best design your new electrical system. We will also identify your site’s specific needs, such as any special equipment needed for cable installation, including digging equipment, cable conduits, piping, and other necessities.

Suncoast Power has experience installing, maintaining, moving, and upgrading a wide variety of cable types, including:

  • Cat-5 and Cat-6 Ethernet cables
  • Coaxial cables
  • Fiber optic cables
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Commercial Network Infrastructure

Electricians use low-voltage Ethernet cabling to install wide area networks (WAN) and local area networks (LAN) for businesses and other commercial properties.

Our technicians have experience working with Cat-5e, Cat-6, and Cat-6a cables, so we can get your business connected whether you need network connections for a dozen or 100 devices. We’ll design your network cabling infrastructure to meet the needs of you, your team, and your site. Our network infrastructure services include:

  • Ethernet cable installation
  • Power over Ethernet (PoE)
  • Network hub installation
  • Switch installations
  • Rack installation
  • Cable and equipment repairs
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Phone System Installation

We can keep the employees or residents at your property connected through our phone system installation services. We’ll take care of your telephone needs, whether you need to install a few new phone jacks or a complete system for a new construction project. Our phone system services include:

  • VOIP communications installation
  • Phone jack installations
  • Problem diagnosis and repair
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Structured Cabling Installation

New construction and complete renovation projects require full structured cabling installations to establish telecommunications infrastructure. We can help you choose an appropriate low-voltage system for your purposes and site and install all the cabling needed for your project.

We take pride in designing well-organized electrical infrastructures using Ethernet cabling, fiber optic cabling, and other cable types.

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Radio Communications Installation

Some telecommunications systems use radio frequencies to transmit information. A low-voltage electrician can also install all of your radio communications cables and equipment, including:

  • Coaxial cabling
  • Antennae
  • Feedlines
  • Satellites
  • Radio Frequency grounding
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Demarc Extension Services

Demarcation extensions, more commonly called demarc extensions, connect your business’s network to a data line, such as a DSL, the telephone company provides. The demarc point is where the telephone company ends its circuit and turns it over to you to connect your network to that demarc point. Demarc cabling must reach a data distribution system to integrate with your network.

Our low-voltage electricians have experience installing demarc extensions in various properties, including residence buildings, office hi-rises, industrial warehouses, and more.

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WiFi Network Installation

Suncoast Power can design, install, maintain, and repair wireless networks for residential and commercial properties. Although most businesses and corporations benefit from wired network connections for reliability and security, Wi-Fi capabilities continue to advance, offering users faster network speeds and more stable connections.

We can install Wi-Fi routers, access points, and other equipment to provide wireless internet access to everyone in your building.

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Network Wiring Testing

You may benefit from network wiring testing services if you struggle with slow connection speeds at your property. Network wiring testing prevents issues with a building’s network by identifying and remedying potential wiring issues. For example, a local area network may provide better speeds and more efficient work completion with upgraded cabling.

Our team can test your network wiring, whether installed recently or the building has had it for years. We can test copper and fiber networks to ensure that your commercial property has the network connectivity necessary for efficient operation.