I have had some "professionals" install additional UHF outlets into another room of the house. They "split" the signal into the other room, ran cabling under the house into the other room, and then...
They left about 1-2m of cabling coming directly out of the floor (through a little plastic box thingy at the join between the floor and wall), which had an F connector on the end of it.
Is that standard??
Next question is that I queried this and they came and cut off the extra 1-2m of cabling and brought it back "flush" with the box thing on the floor.
However they were insistent that they would use F connectors on that box because the old style (I dunno what it's called but all my equipment uses it including TVs and videos) is prone to problems in the long term.
They made me a cable to go from F connector to the "old" connector so that I could plug my equipment into it.
Is this a standard install these days or is something not right here?
Thanks and apologies if I got any terminology wrong.