TV Aerial Installation In Bury
Mike Harris TV Aerial Installation Bury
We specialise in a range of services. Including aerial and satellite installations, aerial boosters, TV wall-mounting, Freeview, Freesat and Sky. Thanks to our vast amount of experience we are the market-leading company in the area.
With over ten years of industry experience our engineers can install the most complex of installations. We provide our services to both commercial and domestic properties at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installer Bury.
As we are a local company we provide a free call-out service as well as same day or next day service. Our engineers are all RDI registered and our services all come with a free warranty guarantee. We also provide all clients aged 65 or over with a 10% discount at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installation Bury.
At Mike Harris TV Aerial Installer Bury we can provide you with access to streaming services and TV players. Linking your TV box to your broadband router with ease providing on demand and internet access.
It is possible that your Humax/YouView/BT box needs to be updated in order for you to view Prime video. Don’t worry, at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installation Bury we can do this for you easily. We can also provide you with access to Apple TV, Disney Plus UK, HBO Now and other streaming services.
At Mike Harris TV Aerial Installer Bury we also specialise in providing a number of TV points. Allowing you to transfer Freeview, Sky etc into any room you wish. We have mass amounts of knowledge and experience in installing extra aerial points, BT Vision, and Sky TV boxes.
Why should you choose Aerial Express?
Staying up to date with the digital age is something we take pride in. We only use the latest technology and digital equipment. Our fitters regularly attend training programmes, thus ensuring their skills and knowledge are up to date. This allows us to maintain our 100% customer satisfaction rate and exceed industry standards.
Whatever your needs we are always more than happy to help. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch
You can contact us on 0161 507 6462.
Bury was formed around the ancient market place but there is evidence of activity dating back to the period of Roman occupation. Bury Museum has a Roman urn containing a number of small bronze coins dated AD 253–282 and found north of what is now the town centre. Under Agricola the road–building programme included a route from the fort at Manchester (Mamucium) to the fort at Ribchester (Bremetennacum) which ran through Radcliffe and Affetside. The modern Watling Street, which serves the Seddons Farm estate on the west side of town, follows the approximate line of the Roman road.
Before the River Irwell was diverted to its present course it flowed by the foot of the rock, from which the road ‘The Rock’ takes its name, which provided the platform for the fortified manor house, parish church and a few houses nestling around the village square