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Topic # 84441 31-May-2011 12:35
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Hey guys,
We are looking at getting some structured cabling installed into our new office (Lower Hutt). Its an older building but there are suspended ceilings so its probably not too difficult. We are probably starting off with half the office so 30 ports for 150m2 and then growing to the max floor size of 250m2 with another 18 ports. Any suggestion or recommendations for good people/companies in the area? Looking for people with a good finish and very tidy installation.





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  Reply # 476437 31-May-2011 21:53
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