TV Aerial Installation In Rayleigh
We can offer the most complex of installations, at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installation Rayleigh as we always use the latest technology. In this ever changing digital age, we take pride in staying up to date and offering top-quality service.
Our aerial and satellite services are available to all commercial and domestic properties in the area. Are you after a quick, hassle free installation? Look no further, Mike Harris TV Aerial Installer Rayleigh is here to help.
What can we offer you?
In conjunction with aerial and satellite installations at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installation Rayleigh we provide maintenance, repair and replacement services. A range of factors may be impacting your aerial and giving you poor reception. Regardless of your issues, TV Aerial Installer Rayleigh is here to help.
Our trained engineers will provide a free call-out service, therefore we can assess your property and offer the ideal solution. We understand that your aerial must be installed in the prime position. Which is why we do not have height restrictions, unlike our competitors. Thus ensuring you have the best possible viewing experience. We take pride in keeping up to date with the digital age, allowing us to become Rayleigh’s most reliable and well-known aerial company.
Keep up to date with technology
All services at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installation Rayleigh are tailored specifically to you, guaranteeing we meet your needs. Our number one priority is always customer satisfaction. The latest digital equipment combined with our expertise allows us to provide the number one service in the area.
Regardless of your current provider, we can provide you with Freeview, Freesat, Sky, Youview and BT Vision, depending on what you hope to achieve. For instance, we can provide you with Freeview if you are after a basic TV box. However, if you are looking for on demand, and you want to be able to pause, record and store your channels then we would advise BT Vision.
Get in touch with Mike Harris
Give us a call on 01268 202 837 our professional technicians will be happy to discuss your requirements and advise you on the best solution.
One significant archaeological find was in the early 2000s at the western edge of Rayleigh, at the site of the former Park School in Rawreth Lane. An early Saxon cemetery site was discovered here, with 144 cremation burials and evidence of just one high-status female inhumation burial.
By the end of the Saxon period, there was definitely a village here, as it is recorded in the Domesday Book, when it was held by Swein of Essex, the son of Robert FitzWimarc.
The most significant historic monument in Rayleigh is the great medieval mound of Rayleigh Castle. This was an early Norman motte and bailey castle, of which only the motte and its surrounding embankments remain. Despite the loss of its timber superstructure and later stone buildings, its height and bulk mean that it still dominates the town centre.