Why You Should Use an ACMA Accredited Cabler for Your Network Installation

Australia is serious about maintaining high standards on its telephone, internet, and network cabling in both the home and the workplace. When any cabling goes under floors or inside walls, it must be installed by an ACMA registered cabler. Failure to do so could result in stiff penalties and potential issues with insurance, building owners, and even the law if there is fatality or injury.

WiFi is a simple solution, but it lacks the security and speed of high-quality cabling. You will get at least 20 times the speed of the standard WiFi connection, and you won't have problems with interference from walls and competing signals. If your home or business is heavily reliant on fast, secure bandwidth, then cabling is the only way to go.

Of course, there are many devices which have WiFi as the only connection option, but by using cabling for connecting your other devices, you free up WiFi bandwidth for getting maximum efficiency out of your iPads, tablets and smartphones.

ACMA registered cablers follow the Telecommunications Cabling Provider Rules (CPRs),  which are put in place to promote safety and ensure the integrity of the network.

Your local ACMA registered cable will also have the necessary experience and skill sets to ensure that your telephone, internet, and network cabling remains reliable, safe, and efficient. It's easy to verify that your cabler is registered by checking their registration card, which shows the registrar where they are listed, followed by a 5 or 6 digit registration number.

You can even check the cablers credentials online with the weblink below, https://www.acma.gov.au/Industry/Telco/Infrastructure/Cabling-rules/cabling-registrars.