TV Aerial Installation Crawley

Call us on 01293 908 173

At TV Aerial Installation Crawley we specialise in a range of services. For instance, aerial and satellite installations, indoor aerials, aerial boosters, home cinemas, TV wall-mounting. We have become the market-leading company in the area thanks to being a local, family run business with vast amounts of experience 

Our engineers can install the most complex of aerials as they are fully trained and qualified. Therefore at TV Aerial Installer Crawley our services are available to both commercial and domestic properties. 

We are more than happy to provide a free call-out service, as well as same day or next day service since we are a local company. All our services at TV Aerial Installation Crawley come with a free warranty guarantee.

Additional services

At TV Aerial Installer Crawley we also offer services to provide you with TV players and streamed services. For example we can provide internet and on-demand access by linking your TV box to your broadband router.

In order to view Prime/BT/YouView/Humax your aerial may require an upgrade. At TV Aerial Installation Crawley we can do this easily. Providing you with access to a number of streaming services including HBO Now, Disney Plus UK and Apple TV. 

Our technicians also specialise in providing a number of TV Aerial points at Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Crawley. Meaning you can transfer Sky TV or Freeview into any room that you wish.

Why should you choose TV Aerials? 

In order to keep their skills and knowledge up to date our fitters regularly attend training programmes.  As we only use the latest technology and digital equipment we pride ourselves on staying up to date with the digital age. Thus allowing us to continue to exceed industry standards. 

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Whatever your needs we are always more than happy to help. 

Give us a call on 01293 908 173.

About Crawley 

Even before the new town was planned, Crawley was a retail centre for the surrounding area: there were 177 shops in the town in 1948, 99 of which were on the High Street.Early new town residents relied on these shopping facilities until the Corporation implemented the master plan’s designs for a new shopping area on the mostly undeveloped land east of the High Street and north of the railway line.

The Broadwalk and its 23 shops were built in 1954, followed by the Queen’s Square complex and surrounding streets in the mid-1950s. Queen’s Square, a pedestrianised plaza surrounded by large shops and linked to the High Street by The Broadwalk, was officially opened in 1958 by Queen Elizabeth II.The town centre was completed by 1960, by which time Crawley was already recognised as an important regional, rather than merely local, shopping centre.