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Topic # 192369 8-Mar-2016 16:46
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I'm looking to install an enclosure, patch panel, some ducting and and a couple of cable runs and outlets in preparation for UFB sometime this year.

 

It's in an existing 1950's house with good space in the ceiling and underfloor.

 

I could probably do it myself as I have done some data cabling in the past but I thinking it might be easier to get someone with all the correct tools and experience to do the initial enclosure install and then I can add additional cable runs to other rooms as required myself at a later date.

 

I've seen Geekzoneers who do installs in other areas mentioned but not seen anyone mentioned in CHCH. Alternatively does anyone recommend a sparky that is good with data in the area?  


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  Reply # 1508321 8-Mar-2016 17:11
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    Marilyn Wilson – The Connection Company  

 

http://www.theconnectioncompany.co.nz/Our+Services/Computer+Cabling.htmlMarilyn Wilson - The Connection Company  

 

Phone03 960 2742
Mobile021 617 153
Emailmarilyn@tccsi.co.nz
Websitewww.theconnectioncompany.co.nz

 

Company: The Connection Company

 


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  Reply # 1508325 8-Mar-2016 17:21
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I believe I met someone from http://www.hi-techcabling.co.nz/ once, seemed like a good guy


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