For cabling contractors in Tower Hamlets, look no further than ACCL. We support businesses of all sizes, providing experienced data and voice service, helping our customers to update ageing networks or install state-of-the-art new cabling prior to an office move.
Whatever the size and type of your operation, ACCL can help you to improve your voice and data communications. As expert cabling contractors working in Tower Hamlets and right across London, we can advise you on the best way to optimise your network installation, saving time and money, while improving performance.
ACCL is recognised as one of Tower Hamlets’ main cabling contractors, so if you are looking to upgrade your existing network cabling or move offices, we are here to help. We can assist you in exploring the options, meeting your project deadlines and working to your agreed budget. We offer a complete package from initial call and consultancy to project management, installation and aftercare maintenance plans.
We pride ourselves on the quality of our customer service and we’re prepared to stand by our promises. That’s why we offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee on all of our installations. That’s why so many of our customers come back time after time.
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Postal code areas we deliver our services to include: E1,E1w,E2,E3,E9,E14,E15,E20,E77,E98
Tower Hamlets was formed in 1965 and takes its name from the historical association between the Tower of London and surrounding hamlets of Bethnal Green, Poplar and Stepney. It forms the core of the East End, which developed rapidly during the 19th century.
Petticoat Lane is one of the most famous streets in the borough. It has had four different names over the years. In about 1218 it was known as Bereward’s Lane, changing to Hog Lane in 1500. It changed to Petticoat Lane in 1603 but in the 1830s was changed to Middlesex Street by the prim Victorians to avoid any reference to underwear, although the market is still affectionately known by its original name.
Both Chaucer and Daniel Defoe (author of Robinson Crusoe) lived here. In its heyday it was a very prestigious area with Queen Elizabeth I and the Earl of Essex having mansions nearby.