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TV Aerial Installation Galashiels
Regardless of your aerial needs, at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installation Galashiels we can help. We provide a top-quality service as we are the market-leading company in the area. Due to being a local company we can offer a free call-out service. At Mike Harris TV Aerial Installer Galashiels we also provide free quotes and over 65s with a 10% discount.
Galashiels TV Aerial reception
TV reception will differ across different areas, therefore your TV reception may even be different to your neighbours. At Mike Hairrs TV Aerial Installation Galashiels we promise to provide you with the fastest, high-quality signal regardless of your location.
We can easily install an aerial for you if you require one in order to access Freeview. Some of the main obstacles for your TV signal is large trees and buildings surrounding your property. Therefore, we do not have any height restrictions unlike our competitors. Thus ensuring we can place your aerial in its prime position.
Our other TV services
We have a number of services available at Mike harris TV Aerial Installer Galashiels alongside aerial and satellite installations. For instance, we offer TV wall-mounting services for plasma and LCD TVs. Our technicians will install your wall-mount at the prime angle, providing you with the best possible viewing experience.
We guarantee to install your wall-mount safely, with minimal disruption to your property. All of our engineers at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installation Galashiels are fully trained and qualified.
As well as this, we are specialists in a number of areas. Including home cinemas, Freeview, Freesat, Sky TV, Sky HD, Sky +, indoor aerials and aerial boosters.
Meaning we are fully equipped to meet all of your needs, regardless of what they are. If you are unsure of what aerial or TV box to get, don’t worry. Our exerts can offer their advice on what best suits your requirements.
Get in touch with us at Mike Harris
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at Mike Harris. Regardless of your aerial and satellite needs, we are here to offer our assistance.
Give us a call on 0800 157 7358.
To the west of the town there is an ancient earthwork known as the Picts’ Work Ditch or Catrail. It extends many miles south and its height and width vary. There is no agreement about the purpose of the earthwork. There is another ancient site on the north-western edge of the town, at Torwoodlee, an Iron Age hill fort, with a later Broch known as Torwoodlee Broch built in the western quarter of the hill fort, and overlapping some of the defensive ditches of the original fort. The Romans destroyed the broch in AD 140, soon after it was completed.
The town’s coat of arms shows two foxes reaching up to eat plums from a tree, and the motto is Sour Plums pronounced in Scots as soor plooms.This is a reference to an incident in 1337 when a raiding party of English soldiers were picking wild plums close to the town and were caught by Scots who came across them by chance and slaughtered them all.