How to hook up cable to upstairs bedroom

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How to hook up cable to upstairs bedroom

I just recently bought a tv and want to put it in my bedroom. I'm trying to figure out how to hook up my cable to it. i do have a digital box which is located in the living room below my room. I was wondering if someone can tell me what the easiest way is to hook up my table with out drilling any holes (not permitted in my town house) and if rogers does instillations like this?


What I do know is that I will most likely need a long cable and a splitter. I'm not sure what to do after that.

Thank you in advance! 




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Re: How to hook up cable to upstairs bedroom

Probaly the best thing to do is to call Rogers Cable and schedule a Technician to come visit your house and see if they can install an additional cable outlet in the bedroom without drilling.  They may need to staple the cable along the baseboards, down the stair cases and into the room where the cable  alerady exists, trust me, A friend of mine was in a similar situation and he was happy that cables were running up and down the stair cases, lol.  to each is own.

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