If I could write this blog post title in larger writing, I would. This is the most important part of a new build project. From the get go of any project, it is vital to adequately plan out cable infrastructure drops for the various devices and features you will be using. Wiring a single coaxial cable to a TV is no good anymore, as today's technology continues to evolve. Depending on the functionality you are looking for, that same TV drop might now need extra data cabling, coax, speakers, and maybe even fiber. Three60 will do all the work for you based on your needs, and make suggestions to get the best experience in your new space.
Another important consideration is your network infrastructure, both wired and wireless. That's right, wired networks still have a place in this wonderful wireless world. Just because something can be wireless, doesn't mean it should be (that's a story for another day). In larger homes, a single wireless router just isn't going to cut it for when multiple users start streaming. For this purpose, it is important to plan for at least one centrally located access point to ensure even, strong signal throughout a property. Closets, pantries and offices make great locations for these devices. You will need more than one for proper coverage for anything over 1800 - 2000 square feet, or depending on the materials in your home. Three60 can measure the existing RF energy in your environment and properly space out and deploy proper wireless coverage. Plan to hard wire any non- mobile devices (TV's, desktop computers, printers etc). This will free up valuable wireless airtime for other wireless devices.
Lastly, all these cables are going to form quite a bundle, but it should never be a rats nest hanging in the mechanical room. A professionally installed patch panel or equipment rack will terminate all of these cables neatly for future use, making final installation and future upgrades simple. Check out the pics from a recently completed cabling termination, using a multi-purpose patch panel.