Systems to help your organisation grow

For more than 25 years we've been designing, installing and maintaining award winning telcoms solutions. From winning Ascom European Dealer of the Year, to being finalists in the Comms Business Awards last year, our experience and technical knowledge has given us a great eye for selecting products that both last and grow with you.

We partner industry leading manufacturers like Mitel & Gamma to offer cutting edge technology, with the added value of our 'high touch' technical expertise. For over 25 years we have designed, installed and maintained solutions for a huge and varied customer base - from SME’s, Medical Centers and schools to the NHS and Multi-Nationals. READ MORE



Telecoms services across the UK & Ireland

Find out about the services we provide in your area - we cover the whole of the UK from our head office just outside Chester, Cheshire.

We also have offices in Liverpool (Meridian Business Village, Hansby Drive, Liverpool L24 9LG) and Manchester (our new Engineering Centre in Cheadle). From these offices we can easily cover the whole of the UK, the North West and North Wales.






Why choose Check?

  • Award Winning Installation & Support.

  • A Comms company who actually care about our reputation.

  • We are trusted by some of the UK's largest companies.

  • Expert independent knowledge & advice.

  • We only use our own, fully qualified engineers.

  • It's all about you! We love our customers, and hope you'll love us back!

  • We cover the whole of the UK, with customers from Aberdeen to Exeter.

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