Homepath Products Integrates Cable Pathways in Spray Foam Insulated Cavity Walls
Upgrading home network cabling through energy-efficient foam wall insulation optimizes home electronics upgrades with the patent pending eXapath™ in-wall low voltage cabling system.
Essex, CT May 8, 2009 -- "Energy Efficiency and Easier Home Electronics Upgrade: Integrating Cable Pathways in Advanced Insulation", a white paper from Homepath Products LLC is now available from the company's website. The paper explores the energy conservation advantages offered with spray foam insulation and provides a solution to the latent problem of managing wires and cables as technology standards change.
Because consumer electronics technologies change often, the cabling required to support new data-rich devices continually evolves, the paper states. The paper also says, "Even the most ardent promoter of the latest generation of structured wiring cannot assure homeowners that the latest and greatest is the last and most advanced cabling solution."
According to Homepath Products, current industry practice is to install expensive cable everywhere it might possibly be needed based on today's best guess of what and where that may be; however, doing so offers no assurance that the cables installed will be suitable for eventual applications and devices.
Homepath Products suggests that pre-installing a system of spray-foam-friendly cabling pathways will save homeowners time, money and aggravation by making homes readily adaptable to future wiring and broadband needs. With eXapath, adding or upgrading Cat5, Cat6, coaxial, fiber optic, security, audio or automation wiring is simple and practical.
The paper also describes the eXapath™ in-wall cable pathway system which provides a cost-effective way to complement spray foam insulation with reusable cable pathways.
Visit the Homepath Products web site to download a free copy of the white paper, "Energy Efficiency and Easier Home Electronics Upgrade: Integrating Cable Pathways in Advanced Insulation", or to read other company white papers and information and to see a short video describing the eXapath system.
Homepath Products LLC, a privately-held business based in Essex, Connecticut, designs and markets the eXapath nonmetallic pathway system, an elegant solution made in the USA to enable upgrading residential low voltage cabling. eXapath pathways are practical today...prepared for tomorrow™. The company's web site, http://www.homepathproducts.com, features product information, white papers, industry trends and additional information about the future of low voltage home cabling.