Sep 22, 2009 8:06 pm
Just got a quote from someone to pre wire my home
2 Phone Lines @100 each
7 Data Lines @110 each
2 TV Outlet @100 each
2 Foxtel TV Outlet @100 each
1 RG6 cable to Hub @100 each
3 Data Lines to hub ( 1 phone, 1 Internet, 1 Media )
2 TV Outlet re-run to Hub @100 each
1 Star Serve Hub @500
is that reasonable price ?
Re: Pre - Wire New Home - Reasonable price or NOT ?3
Sep 22, 2009 8:27 pm
That's a bit steep if no plasterboard has been put up!
Here's what i paid during pre-wire:
Phone Point = 55 ea
TV Point = 50 ea
not sure about the others as we didn't do those. At the end of the day...think...if it is pre-wire, it's just simply running a cable and maybe drilling thru a couple of noggins, so your 'extras' will take about 3hrs? I wish I earnt that kinda cash for that little time...
Re: Pre - Wire New Home - Reasonable price or NOT ?6
Sep 22, 2009 9:47 pm
Where are you located, if in Melbourne, happy to pass on the details of the guy doing ours - found him to be quite reasonable
Im in Point Cook area, thanks for that.
Re: Pre - Wire New Home - Reasonable price or NOT ?9
Sep 23, 2009 10:00 am
you guys know how much network point will cost ?
industry standard is $125 per run, for any runs over 4 points it works out to be cheaper "per run"
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