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Extra T V point.

I would recommend this company.”

– Customer in Pulborough, 22 September 2014

Extra satellite feeds.

“Very considerate, professional and helpful.”

– Customer in Steyning, 5 September 2014

Move aerial.

“Excellent, very tidy worker.”

– Customer in Worthing, 22 August 2014

Rewire TV point.

“Very reliable and polite. Good job, well done.”

– Customer in Lancing, 11 August 2014

Re-route a satellite TV cable on roof and outside wall of house and improve cable connections inside the house.

“I'm a fussy person and I can't fault this company in any way. This was the first time I had met Cables and Wires, having found their number on the Checkatrade website. Ian arrived bang on time and was available at only 24 hours notice. He was quick, quiet and efficient and left no mess. He did an hour's work for a modest price, (half what another company had quoted ! ) Then he re-tuned the telly, which I didn't expect, to ensure I was getting all the channels and had good reception. Next time I need TV/Satellite/Broadband work, Ian will be the first person I ring. Highly recommended.”

– Customer in Worthing, 5 August 2014

Loss of satellite signal to one room.

“This is the third occasion I have used Ian Parkin. His polite and courteous manner, product knowledge and reliability. Rank him as one of my most highly ranked people I would recommend. He should run for Prime Minister!”

– Customer in Pulborough, 29 July 2014