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Mike Harris TV Aerial Installation Kingswinford

We only use the latest technology at Mike Harris TV Aerial Installation Kingswinford. Guarantee that we can offer the most complex of installations. We take pride in staying up to date with the digital age.

 All of our services are provided to both commercial and domestic properties in and around the area. Choose Mike harris TV Aerial Installer Kingswinford for a fast, no hassle installation.

 Our technicians are all local to the area and provide a timely, mess free, friendly service. Get in touch today for the highest quality and most effective aerial service.

What can we offer you?

What can we offer you?

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Our customer satisfaction rate is second to none. This is due to the fact we tailor our services to suit your specific needs. Our years of expertise combined with the latest digital equipment allows us to provide a top-quality service. Guaranteed to meet your aerial requirements.

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We have no hidden costs or obligations. Quotes, call-outs, and warranty guarantees are all free.

Regardless of your needs we are always more than happy to help. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

You can give us a call on 0121 227 0135

About Kingswinford

Historically in Staffordshire, Kingswinford is mentioned in the Domesday Book; its name relates to a ford for the King’s swine (Kingswin(e)ford) – Latin Swinford Regis. The ancient parish of Kingswinford spanned Wordsley, Brierley Hill and Quarry Bank. The parishes of Kingswinford and Amblecote formed the Kingswinford rural district in 1894, and gave its name to the Kingswinford Parliament constituency from 1885 until 1950. However, Amblecote became its own urban district in 1898, leaving Kingswinford one of a minority of single-parish rural districts in England. It was added to the Brierley Hill urban district in 1935, which became part of the County Borough of Dudley in 1966, now the Metropolitan Borough of Dudley. However, the rural part of the parish was added to Kinver in 1935, becoming part of Seisdon district in 1966 and since 1974 part of South Staffordshire.

 

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