Book Your TV Aerial Installation Bath
We are the market-leading company in the area at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installation Bath. Whatever your needs we guarantee to help. Due to being a local company we are able to offer you a free call-out service as well as free quotes. All clients aged 65 or over will receive a 10% discount at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installer Bath.
Bath’s TV Aerial reception
At Mike Harris TV Aerial Installation Bath we can provide you with a fast, top-quality signal, regardless of your location. A number of factors affect your TV signal, which is why it differs across different areas.
For example, large trees and buildings act as some of the main obstacles. Therefore we do not have any height restrictions, unlike our competitors. Which allows us to place your aerial in its prime position.
Our additional TV services
In conjunction with aerial and satellite installations we provide a range of services. For example at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installer Bath we offer TV wall-mounting services for plasma and LCD TVs. To ensure you enjoy your viewing experience our technicians will
We guarantee to install your wall-mount safely with minimal disruption to your property. All of our engineers at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installation Bath are completely trained and qualified. Therefore installing your wall-mount at the prime angle.
Regardless of your needs we are here to meet them. Our technicians specialise in a range of services. Including home cinemas, Freeview, Freesat, Sky TV, Sky HD, Sky +, indoor aerials and aerial boosters. We can easily offer you advice if you are unsure on which aerial and TV box to meet your requirements.
Get in touch with us at Mike Harris
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch. We are always more than happy to help you out, regardless of your needs.
Give us a call on 01225431134.
Bath Abbey was founded in the 7th century and became a religious centre; the building was rebuilt in the 12th and 16th centuries. In the 17th century, claims were made for the curative properties of water from the springs, and Bath became popular as a spa town in the Georgian era. Georgian architecture, crafted from Bath stone, includes the Royal Crescent, Circus, Pump Room and Assembly Rooms where Beau Nash presided over the city’s social life from 1705 until his death in 1761.
Many of the streets and squares were laid out by John Wood, the Elder, and in the 18th century the city became fashionable and the population grew. Jane Austen lived in Bath in the early 19th century. Further building was undertaken in the 19th century and following the Bath Blitz in World War II.