Ilford Telephone engineer
Ilford Telephone Engineer is ready to provide a prompt
quality service to business and residential customers.
Helping you when no other telecommunication company can.
BT cant help? We can..!
Unlike other independent ex BT employees
We are industry qualified telecommunication consultants.
We can provide the best support for your telecommunications.
Residential or commercial clients? We have the solution.
Call a Local Ilford Telephone Engineer : 0203 633 1131
- Master telephone sockets moved, replaced
- Phone wiring faults
- Telephone wires renewed.
- Wiring hidden – Our speciality
- Sockets cut into walls “flush fitted”
- Broadband diagnostics – Problems resolved
- Telephone extensions installed & repaired
- WiFi – Extra WiFi access points – Wireless surveys
- Data points installed. Pc, laptop, gaming points
- Full Home & Business telephone re-wires
Telephone socket replacement
Equipped to test all your sockets.
Certified London Ilford Telephone Engineer use broadband testers unlike others.
In particular, we are fully insured having public liability of £1M
Telephone socket moved
Master socket shift
Faulty telephone wiring
Office / business CAT5e or Cat6 Cabling.
Ilford Telephone Engineer, fully certified data engineers
Not just Ex BT employees with no previous data experience
Ilford has a lot of history
ILFORD , a small town, a chapelry, and a ward in Barking parish, Essex.
The town stands on the river Roding, and on the Eastern Counties railway, near Epping forest.
3½ miles ENE of Stratford; is within the jurisdiction of the central criminal court.
In 1650 Ilford consisted of 60 houses, close together.
Since the arrival of the Great Eastern Railway to the area in 1839, the population numbers started climbing.
In 1880 the population was 10,000 people.
In 1910 this climbed to an incredible 78,000. In 1938 it was 167,000
Dr Barnardo’s Village Homes for Girls started in Ilford.
In 1870 he was offered some land on a rent-free lease for 15 years as a wedding present.
This is where he set up the home and took on six girls. It soon increased to 60.
He decided that so many girls in one building was not good for them, so he purchased
adjoining land and created separate dwellings.
The Queen Mother visited Dr Barnardo’s on June 29, 1935.
The nearest tube station is Barkingside or Gants Hill or Fairlop.
The nearest train station is Ilford station right in the heart of Ilford.