Network Cabling

Network Cabling

Delivering Robust Network Cabling Services To Your Business

When you collaborate with Limbtec, you can rest assured you’ll see a return on your network cabling investment through a high-performing ICT network.

We take the time to fully comprehend your requirements, and we are able to effectively communicate those requirements to our team. When you have a detailed strategy laid out, the ultimate result is a place of business outfitted with the appropriate ICT network cabling system, which will function as intended when you need it.

Limbtec is a leading network cabling services provider, operating and serving the businesses in our community for over 21 years.

We Keep Your Goals In Mind

We take into account your goals and functional needs. Before offering technical advice, we map out what your needs are and curate a solution that will guarantee the performance of your information and communications technology (ICT) physical infrastructure is maximised.

Certified Technicians Providing World-Class Service

To ensure that you get the highest quality service possible, all of our technicians have earned relevant certifications and participate in ongoing training in order to keep up with evolving industry standards.

Cabling for your ICT Network

Cabling is an essential part of any office network. It is important to have the right type of cabling for your needs, as this will determine how stable and reliable your connection will be. We offer a range of network cabling options from Cat5 to Cat7 so that you can choose the one that suits your needs. Our team of technicians will design and install an ICT network specifically for your office’s day-to-day operations.

Cabling Categories


For a long time now, Cat5 cables have served as the standard for internet connections. It’s likely that the cable connecting your computer to your internet is Category 5 if you’re connected to a local area network. This kind of network cable utilises a bandwidth of upwards of 100 MHz and may carry data at 10 or 100Mbps across four coils of copper cable terminating in an RJ45 connector. When using a shorter Cat5 connection, you may even be able to get fast broadband speeds, although this is not always the case.


CAT6 is the average cable standard for newer office buildings as well as the sixth generation of network cabling used in businesses and homes. CAT6 is compatible with the CAT5 systems that preceded it. These cables allow ethernet data speeds of up to 1 GB per second. 10 GB Ethernet connections may also be made using CAT6 cables, but only up to a distance of 55 metres.


Based on its name, people usually assume the Cat7 cable is the newest and quickest version of network cabling. However, Cat7 is not a genuine IEEE cabling standard. It is a unique design without an official endorsement from the technology space. Cat7 does not employ RJ45 plugs. Instead, it uses its own unique connection. Any Cat7 cabling you choose will differ based on its manufacturer since neither the IEEE nor the EIA has standardised this network cabling.

Fault Finding And Repair

If you have problems with your current cabling, Limbtec has the expertise to find and fix it. All of our staff are qualified to run fault-finding and repair tests so that you can receive prompt and professional service.

Our certified engineers are experts in the field and are trained to accurately locate and repair all cable faults from the smallest of problems to the largest.

Wired or Wireless?

If you need network cabling and don’t want to – or can’t – do it yourself, we can help. In the event that you don’t want cables running around your office, we can configure a wireless network for you. Our network cabling systems are as diverse as the businesses we serve.

Contact us today for a FREE no-obligation chat and a quote for our services!