KO Schoch Communications is the only place you’ll need to stop to solve your communications needs. We are an authorized dealer for Viasat Internet (formerly Exede Internet) and DIRECTV. We pride ourselves in selling the job, installing and providing quality service to our customers. Our technicians are all SBCA-certified, which means they’ve received training through the Satellite and Broadcast Communications Association. We are true professionals, and will demonstrate it from start to finish with sales and installation — and beyond with our customer service.
Residents in our area choose to live here for the rural lifestyle and small-town benefits. That doesn’t mean they want or need to sacrifice high-speed internet. While most of the area has no cable broadband support or backbone, Viasat satellite internet provides high-speed service at low cost. Our customers have been able to install this service without paying thousands of dollars just to link to the cable trunk. Viasat lets rural and small-town residents and businesses stay connected, ensuring their businesses thrive. Customers aren’t the only ones who’ve experienced it; Viasat is rated number one by the FCC two years in a row for delivering advertised speeds or higher. Call us today to learn more about it and if it’s right for you.
The city of Los Banks is in the heart of California in the fertile San Joaquin Valley. This family-focused community of about 36,000 people has kept its small-town atmosphere even as it’s experienced dramatic growth. Los Banos’ wonderful location with access to Interstate 5 and two major highways is only two hours from San Francisco, Oakland, Sacramento and Yosemite National Park, 90 minutes from Monterey and San José and an hour from Stockton and Fresno. This town bursts with life, including 89 community clubs and organizations, 27 churches, 26 playground, numerous state and county parks, state and federal wildlife preserves, a cinema complex, busy parks and recreation department and active arts council. Los Banos has a vibrant, historic downtown shopping center and seven major neighborhood shopping centers. It’s been home to the Merced County Fair for almost 100 years. Cattle rancher Henry Miller, credited with founding the city, and creating one of the west’s largest irrigation systems, created the May Day celebration – now known as the Merced County Fair.