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We specialise in a range of services at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installation Swindon. For instance Sky, Freeview, aerial boosters, TV wall-mounting, and home cinemas. Thanks to over ten years of industry experience we are the market-leading company in the area.
Our technicians can install the most complex of installations thanks to their vast amount of experience. We offer our services to both domestic and commercial properties at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installer Swindon.
Due to being a local company we are happy to provide free call-out services, as well as same day or next day service. Our services come with a free warranty guarantee and our technicians are RDI registered. At Mike Harris TV Aerial Installation Swindon we provide all clients aged 65 or over with a 10% discount.
At Mike Harris TV Aerial Installer Swindon we offer a range of services alongside aerial and satellite installations. For instance we can provide you with access to TV players and streaming services. We can easily link your TV box to your broadband router and provide on demand and internet access.
You may require an upgrade on your Humax/BT/YouView box in order to view Prime Video. We can do this for you easily at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installation Swindon. Providing you with access to Apple TV, Disney Plus UK , HBO Now and other streaming services.
At Mike Harris TV Aerial Installation Swindon we are specialists in providing multiple TV points. Meaning you can transfer Sky TV, Freeview etc into any room that you wish. We have mass amounts of knowledge and experience in installing extra aerial points, BT Vision, and Sky TV boxes.
Why should you choose Mike Harris?
We take pride in staying up to date with the digital age at Mike Harris.Using only the latest technology and digital equipment. To ensure their skills and knowledge are up to date our contractors regularly attend training programmes. Allowing us to exceed industry standards.
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. Whatever your needs we are always more than happy to help.
You can contact us on 01793680590.
The Anglo-Saxon settlement of Swindon sat in a defensible position atop a limestone hill. It is referred to in the 1086 Domesday Book as Suindune, believed to be derived from the Old English words “swine” and “dun” meaning “pig hill” or possibly Sweyn’s hill, Sweyn being a Scandinavian name akin to Sven and English swain, meaning a young man.
Swindon is recorded in the Domesday Book as a manor in the hundred of Blagrove, Wiltshire. It was one of the larger manors, recorded as having 27 households and a rent value of £10 14s, which was divided among five landlords. Before the Battle of Hastings the Swindon estate was owned by an Anglo-Saxon thane called Leofgeat. After the Norman Conquest, Swindon was split into five holdings: the largest was held between Miles Crispin and Odin the Chamberlain,and the second by Wadard, a knight in the service of Odo of Bayeux, brother of the king.The manors of Westlecot, Walcot, Rodbourne, Moredon and Stratton are also listed; all are now part of Swindon.