Book Your TV Aerial Installation Gosport
Regardless of your aerial needs we are here to help at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installation Gosport . Due to being a local, family run company we can provide you with a free call-out service as well as same day or next day service. We also offer free quotes and a 10% discount for all over 65s at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installer Gosport.
TV Aerial reception in Gosport
TV reception differs across different areas, for a number of reasons. Regardless of your location we guarantee to provide you with a fast, high-quality signal at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installation Gosport .
If you require an aerial in order to view Freeview then we can do this for you with ease. Large trees and buildings are some of the main obstacles for TV signals. Which is why we don’t have any height restrictions, unlike our competitors. We can even install brackets onto your chimney for extra height if needed. Thus ensuring we place your aerial in its prime position.
Our additional TV services
In conjunction with aerial and satellite installations we offer a range of services. For instance, at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installer Gosport we offer TV wall-mounting services for all plasma and LCD TVs. Our technicians will install your wall-mount at the prime angle, allowing you to enjoy your viewing experience.
All of our engineers at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installation Gosport are fully trained and qualified. Therefore we guarantee to provide you with a safe and tidy wall-mount, with minimal disruption to your property.
Additionally, we are specialists in a number of services. For example, home cinemas, Freeview, Freesat, Sky TV, Sky HD, Sky +, indoor aerials and aerial boosters. Therefore, whatever your needs we are here to meet them. If you are unsure which aerial and TV box meets your requirements, our experts can offer their expert advice.
Get in touch with us at Mike Harris
Whatever your needs we are more than happy to help. Are you ready to book with us? Do you require further information? Please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Give us a call on 02380 013 068.
The Rowner area of the peninsula was settled by the Anglo-Saxons, and is mentioned in the Anglo Saxon Chronicle as Rughenor (“rough bank or slope”). Both Rowner and Alverstoke, the name coming from the point where the River Alver entered the Solent at Stokes Bay, were included in the Domesday Book. Rowner was the earliest known settlement of the peninsula, with many Mesolithic finds and a hunting camp being found, and tumuli on the peninsula investigated. Bronze Age items found in a 1960s construction in HMS Sultan included a hoard of axe heads and torcs. A three-celled dwelling unearthed during construction of the Rowner naval Estate in the 1970s points to a settled landscape. Next to the River Alver which passes the southern and western edge of Rowner is a Norman motte and bailey, the first fortification of the peninsula, giving a vantage point over the Solent, Stokes Bay, Lee-on-the-Solent and the Isle of Wight. The former Rowner naval married quarters estate, now mostly demolished, and HMS Sultan were built on a former military airfield, known first as RAF Gosport and later as HMS Siskin, which gives its name to the local infant and junior schools. The barracks at Browndown (Stokes Bay) were used in the ITV series Bad Lads’ Army.