TV Aerial Installation Bath
Call on 01225 432 232
If you are after the market-leading company in the area then choose TV Aerial Installation Bath. We are more than happy to provide you with a free call-out service as well as free quotes due to the fact we are a local company. Regardless of your needs we guarantee to help. At TV Aerial Installer Bath all clients aged 65 or over will receive a 10% discount.
TV Aerial reception in Bath
Regardless of your location we promise to provide you with a fast, top-quality signal at TV Aerial Installation Bath. A number of factors can affect your TV reception, which is why it differs across different areas.
Some of the main obstacles for your TV reception include large trees and buildings. Which is why, unlike our competitors we do not have any height restrictions. Meaning we can position your aerial in its prime position.
Our additional TV services
At TV Aerial Installer Bath we offer a variety of services as well as aerial and satellite installations. For example we provide a TV wall-mounting service for all plasma and LCD TVs. Thus ensuring you enjoy your viewing experience.
All of our engineers are completely trained and qualified at TV Aerial Installation Bath Your wall-mount will be installed safely with minimal disruption to your property. Meaning we will always install your wall-mount at the prime angle.
Whatever your needs we are here to meet them as our technicians specialise in a range of services. For example, we offer home cinemas, Freeview, Freesat, Sky TV, Sky HD, Sky +, indoor aerials and aerial boosters. You don’t have to worry if you are unsure on which aerial and TV box to meet your requirements. Our fitters are always more than happy to offer their expert advice.
Why you should choose TV Aerials
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch. We are always more than happy to help you out.
Give us a call on 01225 432 232.
History of Bath
The population of the city was 40,020 at the 1801 census, making it one of the largest cities in Britain.William Thomas Beckford bought a house in Lansdown Crescent in 1822, and subsequently two adjacent houses to form his residence. Having acquired all the land between his home and the top of Lansdown Hill, he created a garden more than 1⁄2 mile (800 m) in length and built Beckford’s Tower at the top.
Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia spent the four years in exile, from 1936 to 1940, at Fairfield House in Bath. During World War II, between the evening of 25 April and the early morning of 27 April 1942, Bath suffered three air raids in reprisal for RAF raids on the German cities of Lübeck and Rostock, part of the Luftwaffe campaign popularly known as the Baedeker Blitz. During the Bath Blitz, more than 400 people were killed, and more than 19,000 buildings damaged or destroyed.