Telephone engineer SE1
London Telephone Engineer SE1 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.
- 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
Over 20 years of extensive communication experience.
Residential problems easily rectified.
Our London Telephone Engineer SE1 cover major telephone systems
and strive to resolve every fault possible.
No need to worry about us having to come back day after day.
Book yourself a London Telephone Engineer today.
London Telephone Engineer SE1
At London Telephone Engineer SE1 we are fully qualified telephone engineers
with years of experience, so when it comes to line faults, diagnostics or installing
new telephone networks, we do it with a ease!
We make sure every London Telephone Engineer SE1 is
fully prepared for any system they work on with up to date documents.
We are often required to work in public or educational premises.
Ex BT London Telephone Engineer staff are all fully CRB checked (List99)
All staff hold relevant up to date CSCS
Working at heights – Asbestos – Lifting & handling certificates
Our commercial and residential Ex BT London Telephone Engineer SE1
provide a variable service.
No matter how big or small the job, our professionally trained
London Telephone Engineers have the right skills and tools to get the job done.
Your local London company, London Telephone Engineer SE1
are never too far away from you and can fix any Business or
residential Telephone or broadband problem.
The Borough of Southwark SE1
Drawings of Southwark in the 16th century show houses with gardens and many open spaces. Paris Garden, Winchester Park,
St. George’s Fields to the south of modern Great Suffolk Street, much or all of the manor of the Maze, and, to the South of it and the North of Long Lane,
the land called Snow Fields in the 18th century, as well as Horsleydown, contained only a few buildings.
Such a condition was gradually modified in the succeeding years, but from the middle of the 18th century the character of Southwark was fundamentally
altered by the making of bridges. The Act of Parliament for the construction of Blackfriars Bridge was passed in 1756 and had great effect in the borough.
A writer to The Times alleged in 1810 that it had converted the bog of St. George’s Fields into a mart of trade and industry and had increased
the value of that property by many thousands a year. In 1799 Blackfriars Road, called Great Surrey Street, led as at present in a straight line from the bridge
to the Obelisk in St. George’s Circus, and was there met at right angles by the line of Westminster Bridge Road and the Borough Road.
Which connected it with Westminster Bridge and with the Borough High Street.
From the Circus also a branch of Lambeth Road leads, as in 1799, towards Lambeth, and London Road joins Newington Causeway at its junction
with St. George’s Road and the New Kent Road. The former is connected with Westminster Bridge Road and the latter with the Old Kent Road