TV Aerial Installation In Basingstoke
TV Aerial Installation Basingstoke
At Mike Harris, we provide a number of services alongside aerial and satellite installations. We provide repair and upgrade services. Therefore, whatever your needs we are here to meet them.
We can provide you with same day or next day service as we are a local business. At Mike Harris TV Aerial Installer Basingstoke we offer our services to both domestic and commercial properties. As well as that, we offer free quotes, for those over 65s getting a 10% discount.
Due to our vast amount of experience, we offer the best quality service in the area. All services at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installation Basingstoke are tailored to your specific requirements.
Are you in need of a digital TV aerial?
Our number on aim at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installer Basingstoke is customer satisfaction. Therefore we only use the latest technology and digital equipment. We are also here to help if you have issues with your existing aerial.
In some instances, it is normal for you to lose your TV signal, for instance in extreme weather conditions. However, once the weather passes your signal should return to normal. If it doesn’t then you will need a repair or replacement service.
Of course, it is frustrating when your TV Aerial isn’t working properly. Which is why at Mike harris TV Aerial Installation Basingstoke we promise to have it working at all times.
Regardless of your issues we are here to offer a cost- effective solution. We also install aerials in their prime positions as we do not have any height restrictions. Thus ensuring you have the best viewing experience possible.
How much do Digital TV Aerials cost to fit in Basingstoke?
When installing a TV Aerial there are a range of internal and external factors that have to be considered. These include, your location, the number of TV aerial points required, the type of aerial used etc. Therefore we don’t give our quotes over the phone or have a set price list.
Instead, we provide a free call-out service. Allowing our qualified fitters to access your needs and provide an accurate unbiased quote. Our prices are guaranteed to be the best in and around Basingstoke.
Get in touch with Mike Harris
Whatever your needs please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. We are always more than happy to help. Whether it’s to book an appointment or to gain further information.
The Basingstoke Canal started at a canal basin, roughly where the cinema in Festival Place is located. From there the canal ran alongside the River Loddon following the line of Eastrop Way. The old canal route passes under the perimeter ring road and then follows a long loop partly on an embankment to pass over small streams and water meadows towards Old Basing, where the route goes around the now ruined palace of Basing House and then through and around the eastern edge of Old Basing.
It followed another loop to go over small streams near the Hatch public house (a lot of this section was built over when constructing the M3) and headed across fields on an embankment towards Mapledurwell. The section of the canal from Up Nately to the western entrance of the Greywell Tunnel still exists and is a nature reserve; there is water in the canal and the canal towpath can be walked. A permissive footpath at the western entrance to the tunnel allows walkers to access public footpaths to get to the eastern entrance of the tunnel. The limit of navigation is about 500m east of the Greywell Tunnel. The renovated sections of the canal can then be navigated east towards West Byfleet where it joins the Wey Navigation, which itself can be navigated to the River Thames at Weybridge.