At ACCL we pride ourselves on the fast, reliable service delivered by our data cabling installers in Hammersmith and Fulham and the advanced, flexible networks we create.
Today every business is heavily dependent on its computer systems and the efficiency of its communications. ACCL can ensure your network keeps you ahead of the game, with up-to-the-minute technology that will meet your needs now, and as your business grows.
ACCL’s wide-ranging expertise across all aspects of data and communications means we can install the network solutions that best fit your business. Whether you need a simple upgrade or a full network installation you can rely on the professionalism of our people to do it quickly, efficiently and with minimal disruption to your business.
To keep up with the competition and offer the highest quality customer service, your network may need to fully support voice, data, video and multimedia applications as well as being able to cope with any changes the future might bring. All of that requires the right connections and the right cabling from the right people.
We’re recognised as one of the leading data cabling installers in Hammersmith and Fulham and right across London. For high quality, cost effective service you can depend on, get in touch today.
Hammersmith and Fulham is the fourth smallest borough in London, but is home to Westfield Shopping Centre, Europe’s largest urban shopping mall offering the ultimate shopping experience with over 300 shops. It took 13 million man-hours to build before opening on 30th October 2008.
Historically, Hammersmith and Fulham has all sorts of interesting connections. On the 4th September 1888 Gandhi travelled to England for the first time to study law at University College London and lived in Barons Court Road. He studied Indian Law and trained as a barrister at the Inner Temple. Gandhi was called to the Bar on 10th June 1891, enrolling in the High Court but left for India later that year.
The 1908 Summer Olympics, officially the Games of IV Olympiad, were held at White City after Mount Vesuvius erupted causing the event to be relocated from Italy at short notice. White City Stadium was built in a short time for the games and held 68,000 people. It was considered a technical marvel by many at the time.
Scottish poet James Thomson was thought to have written Rule Britannia in The Dove Pub on Hammersmith’s historic Thames riverside, after a few bevvies we presume!
More recent famous sons and daughters of Hammersmith and Fulham include Daniel Radcliffe, Lily Allen, Alan Rickman, Mischa Barton and Hugh Grant.