London Telephone engineer EC1
London Telephone Engineer EC1 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 Telephone engineer in EC1 : 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 Telephone Engineer EC1 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.
London Telephone Engineer EC1, fully certified data engineers
Not just Ex BT employees with no previous data experience
EC1 in London has a lot of history and plenty to see
Smithfield Market EC1
To give it its official name, London Central Markets, is the largest wholesale meat market
in the UK and one of the largest of its kind in Europe.
Housed in three listed buildings it is located within the Square Mile of the City of London.
Significantly there has been a livestock market on the site for over 800 years.
Having state of the art facilities for the receiving, storing and dispatching of meat and poultry.
How to get to Smithfield market EC1
Smithfield Market is located in the City of London EC1 and is close to landmarks such as the Barbican,
St Paul’s Cathedral and St Bartholomew’s Hospital.
The nearest tube stations are Farringdon and Barbican – the market is only a few minutes walk from each.
The Old Bailey EC1
Universally known as the Old Bailey, this is probably the most famous criminal court in the world.
It has been London’s principal criminal court for centuries.
Furthermore the courthouses are built on the site of Old Newgate Prison.
Although there is no public access to the precincts of the Central Criminal Court,
public galleries are open for viewing of trials in session.
There’s no access to under 14s, likewise big groups are advised to contact Head of Security in advance.
Additionally case listings can be found on the Court Services website.
Museum of the Order of St John EC1
Formerly the southern entrance to the Priory of the Medieval Order of St John, this 16th century gatehouse contains artifacts relating to the Knights Hospitaller’s history.
In addition the 12th century Norman Crypt and the Grand Priory Church are part of the guided tour.
The treasures on display in the museum are armour, manuscripts and religious art.
To emphasize the keypoints are a Flemish altarpiece that stood in the Priory church, a magnificent missal.
(liturgical book containing all instructions and texts necessary for the celebration of Mass throughout the year.)
Originally from the island of Rhodes, a cannon given to the Knights by Henry VIII and David Bomberg’s
painting of the Jerusalem Hospital.
In fact the museum underwent a £3.7 million refurbishment programme which concluded in late 2010.
An interactive gallery using multimedia exhibits telling the story of the St John’s Ambulance,
which was founded by the British Order of St John in the 19th century.