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Topic # 53244 9-Dec-2009 20:23
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Gidday,

Having had some *extremely* bad experiences with one Christchurch ICE installer (who will remain nameless) I need someone else to spend all my money with. Can anyone provide me some good recommendations for a new installer? I'm very big on good customer service and pride in ones work, so I dont mind smaller independent, or even one man bands if they can provide what I need. That said, if one of the larger places has spun your wheels then I am open.

Cheers,

Matthew




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  Reply # 281038 9-Dec-2009 21:59
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I've used "installer services" in the past and found them to be very good.
They did a perfect installation (looked as good as a factory fitted system) and it came with a 25 year guarantee.

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  Reply # 281065 10-Dec-2009 00:11
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Pauls Audio, always had good dealings with them.

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  Reply # 283535 17-Dec-2009 21:11
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I highly recommend Resurrection.inc the guys name is craig and he runs a mobile service so he comes to your house.Very nice guy with very good prices and very good workmanship.I have had no problems with him or his work!

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  Reply # 283578 17-Dec-2009 23:05
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How do the mobile services get on with doing all thats needed for a good installation? Like doing the trims around tweeters on the door pillars etc? Do they ask ahead and just bring what they think will be needed or multiple visits or what?




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