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Topic # 190743 11-Jan-2016 09:56
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I have recently moved houses and at my old house I had spent loads of time crawling under the house drilling up into the walls to lay cat5e to every room.
I was lucky in that there was heaps of space under the house so was quite an easy job.

My new home is quite a bit bigger, two stories and sits on a concrete slab so no going under it this time :(.

This time I think I'm more keen to get someone else to do it as I think it will require a couple of people to do it efficiently eg fishing cables through the ceiling space etc.

So.... can anyone recommend anyone / company in the Auckland area (North Shore) that can do this kind of work?

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  Reply # 1467378 11-Jan-2016 10:01
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I am sure Coffeebarron would be able to help or make a suggestion

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  Reply # 1467990 11-Jan-2016 20:53
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