The George R. Smalley Company is a full-service electrical contractor, including installation and repair of networking infrastructure.

We are focused on making technology work for your business. Our network infrastructure services are designed to meet your needs today and grow with you as you expand your business. We’ll help you plan, design, and implement a cabling and networking infrastructure system that meets your needs today and can easily grow with you tomorrow.

State-of-the-art networking improves productivity, prevents equipment failure, and minimizes costly downtime. A reliable network cabling system is the best-kept secret that can boost your business.

Data Network Cabling And Design

  • Data Network Wiring & Cabling
  • Cat 5e, Cat 6
  • Multimode and Singlemode Optical Fiber Installation
  • Termination
  • Testing and Certification

Telecommunications – Vertical certified technicians – MBX and Summit

  • Block Termination
  • Voice over IP (VoIP)
  • Commercial Phone System Sales
  • Installation and Maintenance

Fiber Optic – FOA–Certified fiber optic technicians on staff.

  • Singlemode Fiber
  • Multimode Fiber
  • Terminations (ST – SC – LC connectors) Mechanical or Epoxy
  • Fusion Splicing
  • Fiber Optic Backbones
  • Underground fiber
  • Arial fiber
  • Testing and certification


  • DVR/NVR – CCTV/Video Security Systems Sales & Installation
  • Remote Viewing Surveillance Systems
  • Digital Video Recorders-DVR
  • Network Video Recorders-NVR
  • Security Cameras
  • IP Cameras
  • Multi-location Surveillance
  • Indoor and outdoor surveillance
  • Remote viewing from pc/phone
  • Infrared night cameras

Point Of Sale

  • POS installation and configuration
  • Self-Checkout installation

Would you like to learn more? Call George R. Smalley Co., Inc. at 724-437-1927 or visit our Contact Us page to send us a message.


From Wired to Wireless

From outdated components to bad placement, there are many mistakes companies make when it comes to networking.

Discarding old cables may seem like the easiest solution, but new or refurbished cables can cause more problems than they solve. A well-considered plan for establishing the right networking infrastructure is needed. This starts with a comprehensive assessment of your current situation and provides the expertise needed to ensure optimal speed and performance for your network.

Of course, modern networks rely heavily on wireless solutions too. A robust system requires reliable, high-bandwidth wireless to allow for mobile work.

For businesses with a lot of square footage or which have denser building materials, like concrete, it's vital to invest in quality wireless networking equipment. Signal repeaters and routers can help improve WiFi connectivity throughout the building.