TV Aerial Installation Reading
Give us a call on 0118 907 6985
At TV Aerial Installation Reading we specialise in a number of services. Including, home cinemas, Sky, indoor aerials, TV wall-mounting, etc. Thanks to over ten years of experience we are the market-leading company in the area.
We can install the most complex of CCTV systems thanks to our vast amount of experience. Our services at TV Aerial Installer Reading are available to both commercial and domestic properties.
Due to being a local company we are happy to offer you same day or next day service. Our engineers are all RDI registered and our services come with a free warranty guarantee. At TV Aerial Installation Reading we provide all clients over 65 with a 10% discount.
We offer a range of services at TV Aerial Installer Reading alongside aerial and satellite installations. For example we can easily link your TV box to your broadband router and provide on demand and internet access.
At TV Aerial Installation Reading we can easily provide you with an upgrade on your Youview/Bt/Humax Box. Thus allowing you to access Prime Video. Meaning we can provide you with access to Apple Tv. Disney Plus UK. HBO Now as well as other streaming services.
We are specialists in providing a number of TV points at TV Aerial Installer Reading. Meaning you can transfer Sky, Freeview etc into whatever room you wish.Our technicians have mass amounts of knowledge and experience in installing extra aerial points.
Why should you choose TV Aerial and Satellite?
We only use the latest technology and digital equipment thus ensuring we stay up to date with the digital age. Our engineers attend training programmes on the regular to make sure their skills and knowledge are up to date. Therefore allowing us to continue to exceed industry standards.
Whatever your needs, we are always more than happy to help. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us on 0118 907 6985.
The Maiwand Lion in Forbury Gardens, an unofficial symbol of Reading, commemorates the 328 officers of the Royal Berkshire Regiment who died in the Battle of Maiwand in 1880.There are a number of other works of public art in Reading.
The Blade, a fourteen-storey building completed in 2009, is 128 m (420 ft) tall and can be seen from the surrounding area.Jacksons Corner with its prominent sign, former home of Jacksons department store, occupies the corner of Kings Road and High Street, just south of the Market Place.
Reading has six Grade I listed buildings, 22 Grade II* and 853 Grade II buildings, in a wide variety of architectural styles that range from the medieval to the 21st century. The Grade I listed buildings are Reading Abbey, the Abbey Gateway, Greyfriars Church, St Laurence’s Church, Reading Minster, and the barn at Chazey Farmhouse on the Warren.