Telephone Engineer County Durham – CAT5 Data Cabling – Fibre Optic Installations – Phone Socket Repairs – Telephone Extension Cables SR7 County Durham keepmemag 2017-03-02T20:02:19+00:00
Telephone Engineer County Durham
Telephone Engineer County Durham are a locally run business, covering County Durham whose commitment is to deliver integrated data communications solutions that make our business customers communication tools more efficient as well as supporting our domestic client’s needs. We pride ourselves on the standard of our work, professionalism and the delivery of our client’s requirements. Our firm can supply a range of telecoms solutions all tailored to our clients requirements and budget. When you call us you will be speaking direct to an engineer, who will diagnose your communication or network faults, book a visit and undertake the repair using the highest quality parts. This is all designed to reduce the impact of the inconvenience of a breakdown, providing the highest continuity of service. This bespoke service offers our customers a first class cost- effective solution allowing even the smallest company, home office or domestic client, access to the highest levels of communication technology, based County Durham, covering the whole of the County Durham upon Tyne area.
Call us on 0191 5800 493 to book your engineer now.
Broadband Engineer County Durham
Here at Telephone Engineer County Durham we also install Cat5\computer cable\home network\wireless internet solutions. For over a decade offices around the world have used computer cables to serve anything from 1 to 1000 computers within a single building, all computers within an office environment have an internet feed from a central point also located on the premises. As with everything else within a commercial environment once proved to be a perfect working tool it is then transferred over into a requirement for the home. Networks within a modern property or home are now more than ever required to serve a vast array of telephone and broadband equipment. As telephone engineers we frequently find that a wireless network simply isn’t sufficient when there is 2-3 computers, a wireless printer, an X-Box, Wii, I-Pod etc. We are able to install a series of computer sockets into each room where internet connections are needed overcoming all wireless broadband faults. Most modern day modems also known as routers have an internet capacity of 4 items being connected to it.