Wisconsin cabling firm ClearCom announces expansion, addition of fiber optic, security systems installation
ClearCom says its BICSI-certified engineers can design and build a variety of network cabling infrastructure systems.
The company says its trained technicians are certified and experienced in the installation of voice and network data cabling and also in the installation, termination and testing of copper and fiber-optic networks. The company also provides service in the area of fiber optic fusion splicing. “ClearCom’s engineers can design and build the network infrastructure and communication rooms or a data center to keep businesses up and running. Our BICSI-trained technicians have the required knowledge and experience to deliver the most complex demands of any IT organization," says Dave Grebetz of ClearCom.
The company also offers a variety of security services including wireless alarm systems and sensors of all types including motion detectors and infra red devices. They also install security cameras and video surveillance that can monitor and record activity 24×7. Alarm systems include burglar alarms, carbon monoxide, and smoke detectors, glass break detectors, door and window contacts, key pads, sirens, video verified alarms, control panels, and even motion detectors. Video surveillance systems include both remote internet and smart phone access. Clients can also choose from a stand-alone mobile video surveillance trailer left attended. The system can run for about a month without requiring recharging. Cameras can be lifted up to 30 feet for a greater vantage point. The company also provided sales and service in the latest access control equipment for remote operation.
“We started our business in 2002 with just two people; today we are moving into an additional 3000 sq. feet expansion and currently employ 12 people," adds ClearCom's Grebetz. "The engineering department is capable of designing a system for any size job from a single residence to a multi- building business operation. Clients include Verizon and the Racine County Police Department. Almost all security systems are scalable and can be used for a wide variety of applications."