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Topic # 232212 5-Apr-2018 08:39
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Hi folks,

 

I'm moving house soon and I'm thinking about getting the new place cabled with Cat 6 ethernet cabling. Can anyone recommend a contractor in Auckland (North Shore ideally) who could give me a quote? Fairly standard 4 bedroom house.

 

Thanks,

 

Martin


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  Reply # 1988545 5-Apr-2018 08:52
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DM @coffeebaron fantastic workmanship 

 

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  Reply # 1988583 5-Apr-2018 09:40
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Thanks, but I recognise my limitations (in both skill & time) and would prefer to pay someone to do it right.


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  Reply # 1988600 5-Apr-2018 09:53
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mgbridges:

 

Thanks, but I recognise my limitations (in both skill & time) and would prefer to pay someone to do it right.

 

 

But think of how you will feel and your geek creds from showing the awesome job you did??? :)

 

But I hear you crawling underneath the house or in the ceiling is a dirty job, but when I did it in my house I also took the opportunity to also run speaker cables to the places I wanted to have them.






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  Reply # 1988603 5-Apr-2018 09:59
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http://blackline.net.nz


I used these guys. Chorus approved installer.

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  Reply # 1988634 5-Apr-2018 10:03
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I have to agree with @BarTender
Once we had the main cable done from downstairs to up I took it upon myself to learn how to make ethernet cables and also I wired up another room upstairs for ethernet wall jack and all. I feel pretty good about myself now I know how to make the cables and also how to wire rooms up for ethernet with RJ45 Jacks. Sadly I could only do one room (can’t access the walls to run wires)

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