TV Aerial Installation St Helen’s
Call us on 01744 411 336
At TV Aerial Installation St Helen’s we are a local, family-run business. Offering our services to the full of Merseyside. As we are a local company our engineers have a great understanding of the area. Therefore they know which areas have poorer signal etc.
Whatever your aerial needs, at TV Aerial Installer St Helen’s we can help you out. For example we can provide you with a range of aerials and TV boxes to suit your needs. Whether you want a basic box or you require internet and on demand access, we can provide it with all. We specialise in providing multiple TV points at TV Aerial Installation St Helen’s. Meaning you can transfer Sky, Freeview etc into any room that you require.
At TV Aerial Installer St Helen’s we offer a variety of services alongside installations. For instance, we offer maintenance, repair and replacement services. If you are having issues with picture loss, a drop in audio, blue screen, pixelation etc then we can help. Our trained technicians can provide you with the ideal solution.
All prospective clients at TV Aerial Installation St Helen’s will receive a free quote. If you are happy with the price we can then provide you with same day or next day service.
Our prices are the best in and around the area. If any other professional company has given you a written quote then we guarantee to beat it. On top of that we provide all over 65s with a 10% discount.
Why you should choose TV Aerial
Choose TV Aerial and you will receive:
- Lowest prices
- Market-leading company
- Friendly engineers
- No mess
- Top-quality service
- Fast turnaround
Our certified fitters regularly attend training programmes. Therefore ensuring their skills and knowledge are up to date. This allows us to exceed industry standards and maintain our 100% customer satisfaction rate.
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Regardless of your needs, we are more than happy to help.
Give us a call on 01744 411 336.
About St Helen’s
The last coal mine located close to the town centre (Ravenhead Colliery) and those located in the outlying districts of St Helens, including those that were just outside the original 1887 County Borough boundary, such as Clock Face (Clock Face Colliery), Sutton (Bold Colliery), Sutton Heath (Lea Green Colliery), Sutton Manor (Sutton Manor Colliery) and Haydock (Lyme Pit, Wood Pit, Old Boston), were all closed between the nationalisation of the deep coal mining industry in 1947 and 24 May 1991, when Sutton Manor Colliery, the last to go in the immediate St Helens area, finally closed its gates.
The coal mining industry in St Helens and elsewhere had collapsed because the government maintained that the deep mining of coal was no longer an economically viable proposition in most British coalfields. The closures were opposed by the National Union of Mineworkers during the year-long Miners’ Strike of 1984–85. After the collapse of the miners’ strike in March 1985, St Helens was just one of dozens of towns in the UK that was immediately set to lose a long-standing employer. In the case of both Sutton Manor and Bold Collieries, it was estimated by some that when they were closed they each still had up to 40 years of winnable coal reserves.The last colliery in the modern metropolitan borough, and in the St Helens area of the South Lancashire Coalfield, was Parkside, in Newton-le-Willows, which was closed in 1993.