High & Low Voltage Cable Services Based in Richmond, VA

High & Low Voltage Cable Services Based in Richmond, VA

Having the right type of cabling for your IT environment is of the utmost importance to ensure your environment is operating as it should. 

Cabling is oftentimes the very connections that keep your business up and running. Structured cabling, when done correctly, is everything that maintains a functional workplace.

And it’s where NTS comes in. 

With certified technicians and years of experience, our high & low voltage experts can give your business the voltage power it needs — from phone systems to video conference calls, electricity and data networks to performance lighting and more.

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High Voltage Systems for High Performance

High voltage refers to any cable that is used for electric power transmission at a high voltage.

There are a variety of applications when it comes to high voltage cables of different types.

Whether applied in instruments, ignition systems, alternating current or direct current power transmissions, these cables are the very sources of electric power for your business.

It is crucial that the high voltage cables being installed in your location are able to withstand high voltage stress, electric discharges and, overall, demanding performance requirements.

Utilizing the right type of cable for your environment can enhance your overall workplace and, in turn, the productivity of your employees.

You can rest assured that our NTS high-voltage-certified cabling experts will handle your voltage solutions efficiently and effectively.


Low Voltage Systems For Quality Operation

Similar to high voltage systems, low voltage systems are everywhere.

Whether simple wiring for phones or more complex structured cabling for audio/visual capabilities, wi-fi, data networks and more, low voltage cabling keeps any workplace functional.

Typically speaking, low voltage refers to communication and other related equipment that uses 50 volts or less of electricity. Unlike your standard electrical wiring for higher voltage needs, our low voltage cabling offers for your business everything it needs in order to operate.

Some of the low voltage items include:

  • Light fixtures
  • Power outlets
  • Switches
  • Heating systems
  • Cooling systems
  • Phone connections
  • Internet connections
  • Video recorders
  • Cameras
  • Ethernet cabling
  • Voice and data
  • Security systems
  • Surveillance
  • Intercoms
  • And more


As a qualified low voltage company, our team addresses and rectifies your cabling needs. We work reactively and proactively to meet your business where it is and where it could be.

Our voltage team operates with your business’s future in mind. This means any cabling done to your space, is done with your performance demands in mind — current and future.


Giving Your Business the Jolt It Needs

Businesses depend on operational power transmissions, whether low or high voltage. When one of those systems is down, the aftereffects can cause irreparable damage. It can result in a loss of:

High voltage and low voltage power cable systems are one of the crucial parts of your commercial infrastructure. It keeps your operations running smoothly.

Your cabling is, essentially, the collection of wiring and other components found in walls, ceilings, conduits and other locations — connecting all of your IT hardware.

This includes, but is not limited to:

When high and low voltage network cabling is done properly, it can provide:

Electrifying The Future of Your Business in Richmond, VA

Our team of certified technicians properly handles all of your high and low voltage cabling needs to ensure safe installation, activation and operation.

Voltage cabling is the electric current that is needed to power up your business.

When you use non-certified companies, it could mean lights out for your business.

We perform high and low voltage cabling needs to cater to any and all performance demands you may have. Call us today to schedule a consultation.


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