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Preparing for an installation: What to have in your truck

Updated: Sep 23, 2020

The Whoo intercom is easy to use and easy to install. Installation for most properties should take less than 4 hours. However, depending on the existing system to replace, or how (and when) the building was wired, some properties can be trickier. We developed a set of contingency plans to address these tricky installations which may require some extra materials. Having these materials in your truck on the day of installation will save you and the customer time and money.

Whoo intercoms were designed to be easy to install, and to be up and running within a day. In fact, our easy installation is part of what makes attractive to our clients, and we are committed to maintaining our low cost installation fee for our clients. Being capable and prepared for the job ensures that installers can also maintain profitability by getting the job done on time.

Whatever the issue may be, it is easy to resolve it on the spot as long as you have the right equipment with you. Carrying the recommended extra materials will eliminate the potential to have to make a second site visit, saving installation time and ensuring that you get the job done quickly and within budget.

So what to carry? Here is our recommended list:

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Dec 25, 2020

We should add to this list:

PoE splitter so we can draw power for a secondary device from the same Ethernet cable:

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