prewire

prewire

(priːˈwaɪə)
vb (tr)
(Building) to wire (a building) before further construction
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But for either new home or new school construction, I'd prewire. For older schools, using wireless Ethernet in your computer labs could save a lot of money, and I urge you to consider it.
As it turns out, I couldn't persuade my friend to elegantly prewire his new house.
The eBook provides you with all the information you will need to prewire your home and plan for the future.
To simplify selection, the company divides its offerings into prewire, surround sound, multi-room music, security, and subscription categories.
It will prewire for multimedia, home theater, surround sound, and close-circuit security systems as an upgrade.
In the midst of the sluggish Southern California housing market, why would Shea Homes spend $40,000 on a home theater demo, plus $500 per house to prewire each of its Executive Edition houses for these high-end systems?