TV, DVD, video game, computer! What do these electronic devices have in common? The innumerable number of cables needed for them to work creates a disorganized and confusing environment.
Therefore, hiding the wires and cables of electronic devices is essential to improve the visual aspect of the environment. But it’s not just the locals who have to worry about the tangle of wires! The organization is also the competence of the installers, which combine the quality of the service with the arrangement of the cables.
Trace The Cable Path
Finally, all devices are installed! And how were the cables? All rolled up and visibly exposed by the environment, ruining the service performed. Hence the importance of consulting the customer before starting the installation check will be the disposition of the devices.
Thus, it is necessary to draw a layout of the place to predict the best path for the cables without them being scattered and tangled. When the site is still under construction, the installer can analyze the situation with the architect. It is also possible to use plaster and joinery resources or pillars and beams.
Reduce Cable Size
Some cables and wires, such as sound and power, maybe reduced in size. By cutting or even replacing, it is possible to decrease the length of these wires. Smaller wires are easier to organize and make the installer’s job easier.
For cables that cannot be cut, a bone shortener or cable protection floor is a great option. It is an accessory that coils the cable in the middle and locks its ends, reducing the size of the wire considerably.
Abuse Of Available Accessories
Some utensils are great allies in the organization of cables! The flexible yarn organizer, for example, has a simple-to-use methodology, where all the yarns stay together inside the coil, which coils them. It is an easy option, which can be disassembled at any time.
The nylon clamps fix the cables together without covering them, leaving them in plain view. The problem is that the installer must cut all the clamps and replace them whenever replacing or adding an electronic component.