If you’re looking for structure cabling installers in Wandsworth, ACCL can help. Our experts can help to plan and install the latest network solutions that will work best for your business and your budget.
Commercial or residential developments, single office or multi-site organisations – whatever the size or nature of your network communications needs, ACCL has the expertise to meet them.
Professional structure data cabling installation is essential if your business networks are to function and communicate efficiently. Installation is extremely complex and must be completed to exacting international standards.
The ACCL team understands that it’s essential to individually tailor each project to your business. We will carefully assess your network needs to provide you with the highest quality, cost-effective solution. We provide friendly, professional project managers to oversee all installations, ensuring that projects are completed on time, on budget and with as little disruption as possible.
Our structure cabling installers in Wandsworth will always endeavour to keep critical business systems operating throughout the project. We’ll take care to work around busy offices or to schedule works around other trades to keep your development on track.
ACCL will work with you to ensure your network systems are fast, reliable and more than equipped for the ever-expanding demands of business in the 21st century.
Postcode areas include: SW4,SW8,SW11,SW12, SW15,SW16, SW17,SW18,SW19,SW95
Wandsworth Borough Council was formed in 1901, but was reshaped and renamed the London Borough of Wandsworth in 1965.
Battersea Park is within the borough, containing a lake, amphitheatre and theatre and is considered by many to be one of most interesting of the London parks. The park has a fascinating history leading from a duel in the marshlands before the park was built, through to the funfair and gardens of the Festival of Britain in the 1950s.
Battersea Power Station is a decommissioned coal fired power station situated on the South Bank of the River Thames. Battersea A power station was built first in the 1930s with Battersea B being built to its east in the 1950s. The two stations are identical in design. The station ceased generating electricity in 1983 but since then has become one of the best-known landmarks in London, it is a Grade II listed building. Since its closure the site has remained mainly unused with numerous failed redevelopment plans.
Perhaps the most famous of all Wandsworth’s institutions is Battersea Dogs and Cats Home – the oldest and most famous dogs home in the UK. It is financed completely by donations from the public. It was originally established in Holloway in 1860 but was moved to Battersea in 1871. Its aim as a charity is to never turn away a dog or a cat in need of help.