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Topic # 100545 13-Apr-2012 09:10
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Hi,

I have come across this thread http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=66&topicid=97527 and it raises some good points about what can be done in terms of dropping cables from the ceiling inside existing walls.

I had a look yesterday in the roof and found the space to be quite limited and also I don't really fell confident about starting drilling stuff in the house without knowing where I am gonna land...

Is there someone who does that type of job in the Auckland Area?
How much would it approximately cost to drop 2 cables on both sides of the same wall ?

Thanks,

Guillaume 

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  Reply # 608766 13-Apr-2012 13:57
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So nobody around Auckland for this?

I would google up for data cabling companies but wouldn't know where to start...

Any handy geekzoner would like to make some extra cash? 

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  Reply # 608794 13-Apr-2012 14:43
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gcorgnet: So nobody around Auckland for this?

I would google up for data cabling companies but wouldn't know where to start...

Any handy geekzoner would like to make some extra cash? 

Flick coffeebaron a PM, he may be able to help you out.

I am using Allcom to do some networking next week, if you want I can let you know how he got on.

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