Office cabling management
At Whitespace we have years of experience in providing our customers with office interior design, refurbishment and furniture solutions and to compliment these we also supply and install office cabling management. Organising the number of electrical and data cables running from each workstation in an office environment is a key factor of cable management.
Even if you’re the best at what you do, a cluttered and disorganized working environment can give the wrong impression to clients visiting your premises. Therefore, we feel installing an office cabling management system is a vital ingredient to a better looking, more efficient and organized workspace.
Poorly managed, trailing cables can not only cause trip hazards, they can also cause problems for your equipment; for example, if a connection becomes loose you could lose power! Alternatively if cables become twisted it can affect signal quality and network speed! Well organized cables can also mean that rewiring or relocating electrical equipment becomes much easier.
Making sure that your office cabling management requirements are taken care of not only improves the aesthetics; it’s also a requirement under Health & Safety Legislation in the UK. To avoid trips and falls, cabling needs to be secured and kept clear of main walkways in an office.
From under desk cable trays, CPU holders, a spine to surround and hide cable under the desk, power blocks with multiple sockets, perimeter trunking, right through to pop-up modules in the furniture, we can source and install office cabling management systems that fit in perfectly with our interior design schemes.
Even if your organisation is making the move towards wireless technology, you’ll be surprised how many cables are still required to supply power and data within the office environment. We appreciate that choosing the right solution can be daunting for the inexperienced; we will work with you, tailoring the system to suit your business needs and budget.
It’s the finishing touches which make your workspace ‘work’…