Book Your TV Aerial Installation St-Albans
For the market-leading company in the area then look no further, Mike Harris TV Aerial Installation St-Albans is here to help. All of our qualified engineers are local to the area and can provide solutions for any of your aerial and satellite issues. We provide a free call-out service and free quotes for all prospective customers at Mike harris TV Aerial Installation St-Albans.
St-Albans TV Aerial reception
It is common for digital TV reception to differ in different areas. Your signal may even differ from your neighbours. For a high quality, fast TV signal choose Mike Harris TV Aerial Installation St-Albans
If you require an aerial installation in order to view Freeview then we can do this for you with ease. You can still suffer from poor reception even though a large number of homes and businesses across St-Albans have digital TV Aerials.
We guarantee to give you the best possible signal at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installer St-Albans regardless of where you are.Some of the main obstacles for your TV signal are large trees and buildings. Which is why we do not have any height restrictions, unlike our competitors. Allowing us to place your aerial in its prime position.
Our additional TV services
We offer a number of services at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installation St-Albans alongside aerial and satellite installations. For example, we provide a TV wall-mounting service for all LCD and plasma TVS. Our technicians will install your wall-mount at the prime angle, allowing you to enjoy your viewing experience.
We guarantee to provide you with a safe and tidy wall-mount, with minimal disruption to your property.
We also specialise in a number of services. Including home cinemas, Freeview, Freesat, Sky TV, Sky HD, Sky +, indoor aerials and aerial boosters. Meaning we can meet your needs, whatever they are.. We are able to advise you on the best aerials and TV box to meet your requirements.
Get in touch with us at Mike Harris
Whether you are ready to book an appointment or you have further questions then please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Whatever your needs we are more than happy to help. Give us a call on 01727221186.
There was an Iron Age settlement known as Verulamium, Verlamion, or Verlamio, near the site of the present city, the centre of Tasciovanus’ power and a major centre of the Catuvellauni from about 20 BC until shortly after the Roman invasion of AD 43.The name “Verulamium” is Celtic, meaning “settlement over or by the marsh”.The town was on Prae Hill, 2 km to the west of modern St Albans, now covered by the village of St Michael’s, Verulamium Park and the Gorhambury Estate.
Although excavations done in 1996 produced finds which included silver coins from the Roman Republican era dating from 90/80 bc evidence of trade with the republic and that a settlement already existed on the site 50 years before Julius Caesar attempted to invade Britain, yet it is believed that the tribal capital was moved to the site by Tasciovanus (around 25 to 5 BC). Cunobelinus may have constructed Beech Bottom Dyke, a defensive earthwork near the settlement whose significance is uncertain.