here is some work I did over the past 2 weekends. large house full of AV gear, CCTV, various computers. originally had a structured media panel that was removed and rack was installed. I was called in to clean up the cabling, install a patch panel, re-terminate all the jacks to 'B' standard, trace out and label. This past weekend I also installed a second 24 port patch panel at the rack and a 12 port patch panel in a closet.
my personal favorite: there was one drop the AV company just could not get to work...they apparently spent hours terminating and reterminating, this is how they left it!
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Any time I make a penetration through a hard ceiling I use a sleeve and fire block, if I'm only going through a drop ceiling tile I will just use a sleeve. Going through walls is a different matter and will depend on how the wall is built of it it is a fire block.
Patrick T. Caezza Santa Paula, CA 93060 C-7 - Low Voltage System Contractor - Lic# 992448
I stay away from Resi work give me New or T. I. anyday!
How about a house that is under construction?
Single dwellings generally aren't worth pulling the van out of the garage...let Sparkie deal with cabling issues after the fact. Condo's/Apartments with Voice/Data/Coax is okayish...I hate augering through a stack of 2x4's just for one drop.