Support and Maintenance

Expert backup for your Phone System, Cloud, WiFi, CCTV and Lines.

We understand great customer service and expert technical support. Our business is built on the fundamental principle – treat customers well and they’ll come back time and time again. We’ve been living by this mantra for over 26 years and it hasn’t failed us yet. We know how to hire for it, train for it and ultimately deliver it – just ask one of our hundreds of maintenance customers.

If you want a partner who becomes part of your team and actually cares about your business, call us today. We work 24/7 and provide support contracts with SLA's as low as 20 minutes.
Here when you need us most, 24/7.

Telephone System Maintenance

Why not save money and improve your service levels by letting us take over your exisiting maintenance contract?
We understand how vital a fully functional phone system is to your business. Our large team of field and in-house engineers are always available to provide remote or on-site fixed support, fast and reliably.

Unlike most comms companies, we don’t sub contract engineering to a third party – it’s all in-house. This allows us to apply intense quality control and look after you properly. Whether you’re a small or medium business, a call centre or even a school or medical centre, we can take over your existing maintenance or provide it fresh with a new Mitel phone system.

We can maintain a whole range of phone and business systems, from Mitel to Avaya, Aastra, Nortel, NEC, Panasonic, Shoretel, Siemens and Samsung. We have engineer training on a multitude of platforms so why not give us a call and see how much we can save you over your current contract!

Support you can trust Save money and improve your systems maintenance with Check Support
Taking over your current maintenance contract Although we’re a Mitel partner, we can maintain most other brands of system. We currently support Avaya, Aastra, Nortel, NEC, Panasonic, Shoretel, Siemens, Samsung and a whole host of other platforms. Ask us for more details.

New Mitel maintenance contracts Most customers decide to take out a fixed term maintenance contract when purchasing a new system. Regardless of your business type, size or needs, we can develop a package to suit.

Our standard Monday to Friday service contracts are often fully inclusive or parts and labour, allowing you to feel safe in the knowledge that should your systems have a problem, we're there to repair or replace the equipment and get you back up and running at no additional cost. Some customers require 24/7 support for either compliance or quality reasons and this can easily be arranged. 24/7 packages are bespoke and designed on a case by case basis. We're even available on Christmas day!

CCTV Maintenance

We offer CCTV system maintenance to business and schools across the country. Whatever system you have, we can quote to look after it and provide preventative and ongoing servicing and support. On average we're 30% cheaper than our competitors for CCTV System Maintenance, so why not get a quick no obligation quote. Services included in our CCTV System maintenance packages include:

  • Preventative CCTV maintenance visits.
  • CCTV Monitoring.
  • Remote alert monitoring.
  • 4 hour fix maintenance contracts.
  • 24/7 call outs.
  • Camera and system upgrades.r
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