TV Aerial Installation In Chatham
TV Aerial Installation Chatham
At Mike harris we offer a range of services. Including, aerial and satellite installations, indoor aerials, aerial boosters, home cinemas, TV wall-mounting. We are a local, family run business with over ten years of industry experience. Allowing us to become Chatham’s market-leading aerial company.
With their vast amount of experience our engineers can install the most complex of aerials. Our services at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installer Chatham’s are offered to both domestic and commercial properties.
Due to being a local company we offer a free call-out service. As well as same day or next day service. At Mike harris TV Aerial Installation Chatham’s we provide a free warranty guarantee with all our services.
We can provide you with steaming services and TV Players at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installer Chatham. By linking your TV box to your broadband router we can easily provide you with on demand and internet access.
In order to view YouView/Humax/BT/Prime your aerial may need an upgrade. Don’t worry, at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installation Chatham we can do this with ease. Providing you with access to a range of streaming services. Including HBO Now, Disney Plus UK and Apple TV.
At Mike Harris TV Aerial Installer Chatham we also specialise in providing a number of TV points. Meaning you can transfer Sky, Freeview etc into any room that you require.
Why should you choose Mike Harris?
We take pride in staying up to date with the digital age by only using the latest technology. Our technicians regularly attend training programmes, thus ensuring their skills and knowledge are up to date. Meaning we continue to exceed industry standards.
Whatever your needs we are always more than happy to help. Whether you want to book an appointment, or you require further information please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Give us a call on 01634 561 422.
The name Chatham was first recorded as Cetham in 880. The Domesday Book records the place as Ceteham. Most books explain this name as a British root ceto (like Welsh coed), plus Old English ham, meaning a forest settlement.The river-valley site of Chatham is, however, more consistent with cet being an Old English survival of the element catu, which was common in Roman-era names and meant ‘basin’ or ‘valley’.