TV Aerial Installation Burnley
Call us on 01282 503 021
At TV Aerial Installation Burnley we are a local, family run company. Therefore we provide our services across the full of Burnley and the surrounding areas. As we are a local business, we have excellent knowledge of the area.
If you have any problems with your current aerial then at TV Aerial Installer Burney we are more than happy to help. For example, we have a variety of TV boxes available to meet all of your needs. If you are after a standards installation we can provide a Freeview box. However, if you are looking for on demand and internet access then we can provide you with BT Vision.
We are specialists at TV Aerial Installation Burnley in providing multiple TV points. Therefore you can transfer streamed services, Sky, Freeview etc into whatever room you require.
At TV Aerial Installer Burnley we offer a range of services as well as aerial and satellite installations. For instance we offer a wall-mount service for all plasma and LCD TVs. We offer a range of installations from a standard wall-mount to a high end custom design. Therefore, whatever your needs we are here to meet them. Our fitters are fully equipped with a variety of brackets including flush and tilt and swing. We promise to install your wall-mount at the prime angle for your viewing experience.
At TV Aerial Installation Burnley we can help if you are having problems with your existing aerial
Maintenance, repair and replacement
Are you experiencing any of the following issues? Blue screen, audio loss, pixelation, video loss. Don’t worry, we can help you out. We can easily assess your property and provide you with the ideal solution.
Free quotes and call-out services are available to all prospective clients. Our prices are guaranteed to be the best in the area. If you have received a written quote from another professional company then we promise to beat it. We also provide all over 65s with a 10% discount
Why you should choose TV Aerials
Our customer satisfaction rate at TV Aerials is 100%. To ensure their skills and knowledge are up to date our engineers regularly attend training programmes. Therefore ensuring we exceed industry standards.
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch, we are always more than happy to help. Regardless of your needs we are here to offer the ideal solution.
You can give us a call on 01282 503 021.
Stone Age flint tools and weapons have been found on the moors around the town, as have numerous tumuli, stone circles, and some hill forts (see: Castercliff, which dates from around 600 BC). Modern-day Back Lane, Sump Hall Lane and Noggarth Road broadly follow the route of a classic ridgeway running east–west to the north of the town, suggesting that the area was populated during pre-history and probably controlled by the Brigantes.
Limited coin finds indicate a Roman presence, but no evidence of a settlement has been found in the town. Gorple Road (running east from Worsthorne) appears to follow the route of a Roman road that may have crossed the present-day centre of town, on the way to the fort at Ribchester. It has been claimed that the nearby earthworks of Ring Stones Camp, Twist Castle and Beadle Hill are of Roman origin, but little supporting archaeological information has been published.
Following the Roman period, the area became part of the kingdom of Rheged, and then the kingdom of Northumbria. Local place names Padiham and Habergham show the influence of the Angles, suggesting that some had settled in the area by the early 7th century;] some time later the land became part of the hundred of Blackburnshire.