Local telephone engineer
Telephone engineer Maldon 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?
Telephone engineer Maldon can
Unlike other independent ex BT employees, We are qualified professionals.
See our range of services here
Call Telephone engineer Maldon : 01245 208808
Call an engineer direct : 07956 239600
Telephone engineer Maldon
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
Telephone and Broadband Specialists
Covering the local Maldon area and beyond, we have solved many issues for the residents in Essex.
We aim to get to you as soon as possible, solve your issue on the day and guarantee our work.
When it comes to telephone and broadband problems in Maldon.
Essex Telephone engineer are the number one company to call.
The vehicles we use carry enough stock to complete all manner of tasks.
Familiar jobs are, damaged wiring, broken sockets, faulty connections, moving master sockets.
Telephone specialists in Maldon
Telephone wiring faults can be found and repaired and extra sockets professionally installed.
Resolving all telephone issues. All wiring problems diagnosed and repaired.
All telephone works carried out.
Professional fitting by your local qualified telephone engineer.
Broadband Engineer Maldon
Broadband specialists are available in Maldon with over a decade of experience,
using industry approved high speed broadband testers.
Telephone engineer Maldon are probably by far the most experienced telephone and broadband specialists in Essex.
A large number of Maldon based computer services use and recommend us for broadband improvements.
All your cabling needs from one company in Essex
Telephone engineer Maldon.
Living in Maldon
The place-name Maldon is first attested in 913 in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, where it appears as Maeldun.
Maldon’s name comes from Mael meaning ‘monument or cross’ and dun meaning ‘hill’, so translates as ‘monument on the hill
A town on the Blackwater estuary in Essex and is the seat of the Maldon district which includes
the starting point of the Chelmer and Blackwater Navigation at Heybridge Basin structure.
One of the biggest landmarks in Maldon, is Promenade Park.
Home to almost 1000 trees of which there are more than 65 different species of tree.
There are about 30 species of ‘native’ trees as well as specimens from all over Europe,
the Far East, Australia and North America.
Maldon’s Hythe Quay is resident to a number of Thames Sailing Barges, these are among the last cargo vessels in the world
still operating under sail, albeit now used in the spheres of education and leisure.
Some ten to fifteen of the surviving fleet count Maldon as their home port,
many others are regular visitors alongside at the Quay.
An annual sailing barge race ends with a parade of sail and prize-giving at the quay.
Cooks yard, where barges were once built, is still working at the end of Maldon Quay
Maldon Mud Run
The Maldon Mud Race is probably one of the most unusual events in Great Britain and it certainly attracts the attention
of not only the local media but also receives national, even global coverage.
The ‘Race’ originated in 1973, with a dare being given by a local resident to the landlord of the ‘Queens Head’ public house,
which stands on the Hythe Quay in Maldon, Essex.
Challenging him to serve a meal on the saltings of the Rivers Blackwater dressed in a dinner jacket.
The challenge was duly accepted and carried out, resulting next year in a bar being opened on the saltings.
About twenty people made a mad dash across the driver bed, drank a pint of beer and dashed back.
This was the beginning of the Maldon Mud Race!