New addition, running coax over long distance via verizon>
Have a new addition in middle of constructing, and doing all the pre-wire work. Have all the speaker locations marked and smurf tube running to each location.
Problem is the addition is on the opposite side of the house where the verizon fiber optic cable comes in, and the main junction for the coax cable.
To get from point A to B, I'd have to junction the coax on the outside where the converter box is, up the side of the house (2-story colonial style) to the attic, run through the attic to the other side, drop down the wall to the first floor, and then diagonally run through the 1st floor garage and addition attic. In total, I'd guess the single line run would total approximately 120ft.
Is there another means of doing this so I don't lose signal quality, as this will become the main theater/entertainment area for the house? Is this the norm in what is done?
Thanks for all help!