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Network, Phone, WIFI & Security Camera Installation in Cedar Hill, TX

As a telecommunications and data infrastructure installation company with years of experience in the telecom and data world, Politon is your one-stop solution for businesses seeking to enhance their profile and performance in technical environments. For our clients, Politon provides cabling and network services; phone systems installation and repairs; commercial audio/visual services and national rollout services to boost the performance of their business.

Located in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, we are uniquely positioned in the middle of the country to quickly and efficiently service national customers as well as those based in Cedar Hill, TX and other cities throughout North Texas. We service both stand-alone businesses and nationwide customers, helping business owners resolve their communications and data transmission issues while boosting their performances on the bottom line.

Our relationship with our customers, technicians, and vendors is our primary strength and the secret to our success.

Communications & Data Transmission Services by Politon in Cedar Hill, TX

Among the network infrastructure services we provide to customers include:

Rely on Politon for Your Network Infrastructure Services in Cedar Hill, TX

As a business owner, you need to send clear, concise, and accurate messages to potential customers to maximize your profit margin. That requires reliable cabling and network services, phone systems, and commercial audio/visual services. The pros from Peliton provide that for you, along with national rollout services, for customers in Cedar Hill, TX and throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. When you need our services, contact us online or give us a call at 214-441-7173.

Completed Jobs from Cedar Hill
Acme Truck Line, Inc. Acme Truck Line, Inc.
March 11, 2020
We went on-site to troubleshoot the network cabling at this Cedar Hill, TX facility. When we arrived we discovered several problems with why the TVs would not get a network connection. There was a few TVs that had there network connection plugged into the telephone jack so that was an easy solution. The second issue was the other two TVs were plugged into a switch with no uplink to the internet. We tested there Cat6 cable as good just to be sure the cabling would work. Then we plugged the connection into there main switch and the TVs pulled an ip address. We pulled up the weather channel on each tv to prove out our troubleshooting. Closed out the job with our customer and to please call us if they have any issues.

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