TV Aerial Installation In Rochester
We are here to help at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installation Rochester with all of your aerial and satellite needs. As we are a local company we have a great understanding of the area and we are happy to offer a free call-out service. Free quotes are also available to all prospective clients with over 65s receiving a 10% discount at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installer Rochester
TV Aerial reception in Rochester
TV reception will differ across different areas, due to being local, our engineers are aware which areas have more difficulty. Regardless of your location at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installation Rochester we guarantee to provide you with a fast, high-quality signal.
There are a number of factors which can impact your TV reception, including large trees and building. This is why your aerial must be placed in its prime position. Therefore we do not have any height restrictions, unlike our competitors. If you require extra height we can even provide chimney brackets.
Our additional TV services
In conjunction with aerial and satellite installations we provide a number of services. For example, we offer a TV wall-mounting service at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installer Rochester. Available to all LCD and Plasma TV’s. We guarantee to install your wall-mount at the prime angle, allowing you to enjoy your viewing experience.
Our engineers will provide you with a safe and tidy wall-mount, with minimal disruption to your property. All of our engineers at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installation Rochester are fully trained and qualified.
Additionally, we specialise in a range of services. Including, home cinemas, Freeview, Freesat, Sky TV, Sky HD, Sky +, indoor aerials and aerial boosters. Therefore, regardless of your needs we are fully equipped to meet them. Our experts can advise you on the ideal aerial and TV box to meet your requirements.
Get in touch with us at Mike Harris
Are you ready to book with us? Do you require a new aerial? Are you having issues with your current aerial? Whatever your needs, we are here to help.
Give us a call on 01634 561 910.
The Romano-British name for Rochester was Durobrivae, later Durobrivis c. 730 and Dorobrevis in 844. The two commonly cited origins of this name are that it either came from “stronghold by the bridge(s)” or is the latinisation of the British word Dourbruf meaning “swiftstream”. Durobrivis was pronounced ‘Robrivis. In later times, the word cæster (=castle, from Latin castrum) was added to the name and the city was called Robrivis Cæster. Bede mentions the city in ca. 730 and calls it Hrofes cæster, mistaking its meaning as Hrofi’s fortified camp. From this we get c. 730 Hrofæscæstre, 811 Hrofescester, 1086 Rovescester, 1610 Rochester. The Latinised adjective ‘Roffensis’ refers to Rochester.