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RE: Planning nightmare...


  • Subject: RE: Planning nightmare...
  • From: "Paul Gale" <groups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 1 Feb 2005 12:17:08 -0000


It's not just the design that will take time but I think you'll find the
cost quite surprising - I did when I got some quotes and ended up doing it
myself. Took two of us about 2 1/2 weeks of all day and late nights to get
all the Cat5 and alarm cable in.

I don't want to put a downer on it but just wanted to make sure you were
aware of the work involved?

Paul.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mark Kaye [mailto:mark.kaye@xxxxxxx]
> Sent: 01 February 2005 11:47
> To: UKHA_D
> Subject: [ukha_d] Planning nightmare...
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> I am having nightmares about planning the re-wiring of my place
> (recently completed on) for HA/Data.  Basically, I have a good idea of
> the end 'effect' I would like to achieve (i.e. a functional
> specification).  Designing the solution, however, is proving to be
very
> difficult.  Add to this the time constraints of having completed on
the
> property although currently renting, needing to get the wiring done
> without the fuss before we move and a wife that wants to move ASAP and
> you can see the source of my anxiety :)
>
> Can anyone recommend a company in the North West/North Wales that can
> help with the design aspects of my home automation system.  I realise
> that a lot of the fun is in the doing, but with the above pressures I
> just am not going to be able to give enough time to the task.  I have
> Ben Addison coming over next week, but I fear that I won't have enough
> information for him to accurately quote for the extensive retrofit
> wiring that will be needed :o.
>
> Help! :)
>
> Mark
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