Chelmsford telephone engineer
Your Local telephone engineer
Chelmsford telephone engineer is ready to provide a prompt,
quality service to business and residential customers.
Helping you when no other telecommunication company can.
BT can’t help?
Chelmsford telephone engineer can
Unlike other independent ex BT employees, We are qualified professionals.
See our range of services here
Call Chelmsford telephone engineer : 01245 208808
Call an engineer direct : 07956 239600
Chelmsford Telephone Engineer
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.
- Keeping 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
Living in Chelmsford
The Chelmsford district has been placed in the top 10 of the most desirable places to live in a quality of life survey.
The annual survey, undertaken by Halifax, places Chelmsford in 10th out of a total of 405 local authority areas throughout the UK.
The area became properly established in 1199 when it was granted a royal charter to hold a market, and fresh produce lovers can still enjoy the undercover market today.
In more recent history, Chelmsford was granted city status by Queen Elizabeth II on June 6 2012.
Chelmsford, which sits roughly 32 miles from Charing Cross in London, is historically known as the birthplace of radio.
Pioneer Guglielmo Marconi opened the world’s first wireless factory in 1899 and created the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company.
The company then moved into New Street Works just north of Chelmsford train station,
where the first official publicised sound broadcast in Britain took place.
There is a wide range of bus services in Chelmsford, including school buses, a route out to Harlow
with a route serving Southend and Stansted airport. There are also two park-and-ride services,
one in Sandon and one in Chelmer Valley.
The A12 from London to Colchester used to pass directly through the city but a
bypass opened in 1986 to alleviate the traffic in the area.
The A12 is still easily accessible and provides a convenient route to London and the rest of Essex.
There are two other main routes through the city: the A414 runs East to West,
while the A130/A131 runs roughly from North to South.
The Army & Navy roundabout, which connects the A1114 to Parkway Road and the A138, is notoriously busy at peak times.
Chelmsford benefits from being within a 30 minute drive from London Stansted Airport,
which predominantly provides flights to Europe.
Although there are a few long haul flights. Stansted Airport is the fourth busiest airport in the UK .
London Southend Airport is also close to hand and is roughly a half an hour’s drive from Chelmsford.
Southend is a much quieter airport , it was voted as the best airport in Britain in 2013 and 2014.