Wallace Enterprises


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Providing satellite services with the personal touch

Wallace Enterprises has been serving Central Virginia since 1995. We sell, service and install satellite TV and internet, cell phone antennas, routers, Sony televisions, and video services. We are family-owned and operated by co-owners Marvin and Cathy Henderson. Rachel is our office manager, and Bryan is our installer. We service both residential and commercial, and offer high-speed satellite internet starting at low as $49.99 a month with a $99.99 installation. We take pride in providing quality service when you need it: We offer Saturday and holiday installations and can be reached after hours. Come visit us in our showroom at 258 Madison Road in Orange, located on State Route 15, across from Reynolds Subaru. We’ll provide you with the quality of service that earned us an A+ rating from the BBB.

  • Doing business in Central Virginia for 20 years
  • Members of the BBB with an A+ rating
  • Family-owned and operated
  • Providing satellite internet, cell phone antennas, routers, Sony TVs and video services

Viasat: Reliable, high-speed internet available anywhere

Couple Using Exede InternetMany of the people who choose to live in Central Virginia prefer the peace and quality of rural and small-town living. That doesn’t mean they should have to give up access to reliable, high-speed internet. Viasat is the perfect solution for many of these residents and business people. This competitively priced service provides high-quality, reliable internet that doesn’t require cumbersome infrastructure. Because it’s beamed from a satellite into homes and businesses, Viasat can be counted on to be there despite the geographic boundaries that limit other internet service providers. Find out if it’s right for you: Call us today!

About Orange, Virginia

Orange is the small, but rapidly growing county seat of Orange County. Between 2000 and 2010, the community of about 5,000 grew more than 14 percent. People are drawn here for its historic charm – seven buildings within Orange and another 26 in Orange County are listed on the National Register of Historic Places – and small town quality of life. The town was founded in the 1700s, and nearly destroyed by fire in 1908. Among the buildings that survived the fire at St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church, which served as Robert E. Lee’s place of worship during his encampment there in the winter of 1863-64. The town is the commercial and retail center of Orange County.

Areas Served

Central Virginia
Locust Grove