If short cables are a problem, too long ones are a bigger problem. Every cable has its capacity and if you choose lengths longer than their competence, you might suffer with slower and frequently disruptive connections. So, consider distance limitations of your cables seriously. Do you want to end up scratching your heads when your network cabling is done but you end up realizing that there had been a few faulty cables that refuse to aid the connection?
We know the answer. So, the best way to avoid this is to go about checking every single cable while establishing the connection. It might sound to be a time-consuming task given you are paying a hefty amount for labor but trust us it’s better than paying them(much more) later for fixing a brand new connection. Other than that, don’t go about a haphazard connection. Plan in advance and go for cable organization as it comes really handy in long run and can save a lot on labor costs for maintenance. Additionally, you should also take care of the codes and ordinances of your region.