Harley Street telephone engineer

Harley Street 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.

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Harley Street telephone engineer covering the West End

We can provide the best support for your telecommunications.
Residential or commercial clients? Harley Street telephone engineer have the solution.

Call your Local Harley Street 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
Harley Street telephone engineer W1 replace master sockets
BT master telephone socket NTE5a

Telephone socket replacement

Equipped to test all your sockets.
Certified Harley Street telephone engineer use broadband testers unlike others.

In particular, London Telephone Engineer are fully insured having public liability of £1M

Telephone socket moved
Master socket shift
Extension sockets
Faulty telephone wiring
Broadband testing
Office / business CAT5e or Cat6 Cabling.
Mayfair telephone engineer, fully certified data engineers
Not just Ex BT employees with no previous data experience.

Information about Harley Street

Harley Street began, as the name suggests, with a man called Harley, Edward Harley.
He was a man of means, having married Henrietta Cavendish Holles, daughter of the late Duke of Newcastle and heiress
to an estate that included Marylebone, then a small village on the banks of the river Tyburn.
In 1719, the couple decided to spend their fortune on turning this land into a grand grid of buildings
including a north-south street that would carry their name.

Edward, who died in 1741, didn’t live to see much progress made on Harley Street.
Work eventually began at the southern end, with the street first rated in 1753, and the opening of Marylebone Road in 1756,
provided impetus to its steady progress north.
By the time Richard Horwood completed his map of London in the 1790s,
Harley Street (or Upper Harley Street, as the top section was once designated) fell just tantalisingly short of Marylebone Road.
It was completed in the 1820s.

Nowadays, Harley Street is renowned globally for being a hub of medical excellence and innovation.
Taking all of this into consideration, it is easy to see why Harley Street has earned such a respected status in not only London.
Also around the rest of the world.
The success that this street has had over the generations proves to be an asset to its surrounding areas,
such as Marylebone and makes it an even more desirable and affluent place to live in London.
The extensive health care in Harley Street is one of the many reasons that constitute Marylebone as such an esteemed region in London