Bedford TV Aerial Installation Services
TV Aerial Installation Bedford
At Mike Harris, we specialise in a range of services. Including indoor aerials, aerial and satellite installations, home cinemas, and TV wall-mounting.Being a local, family run business combines with over ten years of experience has allowed us to become the market-leading company in the area.
Our engineers can install the most complex of aerials thanks to their vast amount of experience. We offer our services to both commercial and domestic properties at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installer Bedford.
As we are a local company we provide a free call-out service, as well as same day or next day service. At Mike Harris TV Aerial Installation Bedford.
We also offer services to provide you with TV players and streaming services at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installer Bedford. For instance, we can easily link your TV box to your broadband router and provide internet and on-demand access.
At TV Aerial Installation Bedford if your aerial requires an upgrade in order to view Prime/BT/YouView/Humax we can do this for you. Thus providing you with access to a number of streaming services including Apple TV, Disney Plus UK and HBO Now.
Our fitters are also specialists in providing a number of TV Aerial points at Aerial Express TV Aerial Installation Bedford. Meaning you can transfer Sky TV or Freeview into any room you require.
Why should you choose Mike Harris?
Our engineers attend training programmes on the regular, thus enduring their skills and knowledge are up to date. We only use the latest technology and digital equipment in order to stay up to date with the digital age.
Whatever your needs, we guarantee to meet them. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us on 01234862996.
The name of the town is believed to derive from the name of a Saxon chief called Beda, and a ford crossing the River Great Ouse. Bedford was a market town for the surrounding agricultural region from the early Middle Ages.The Anglo-Saxon King Offa of Mercia was buried in the town in 796; this is believed to be in his new minster, now the Church of St Paul, or on the banks of the Great Ouse where his tomb was soon lost to the river.In 886 it became a boundary town separating Wessex and Danelaw. It was the seat of the Barony of Bedford. In 919 Edward the Elder built the town’s first known fortress, on the south side of the River Great Ouse and there received the area’s submission. This fortress was destroyed by the Danes. William II gave the barony of Bedford to Paine de Beauchamp, who built a new, strong castle.