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Why Choose Us?


At Taylor TV Aerial Installation Bournemouth we provide a range of services. Including aerial boosters, aerial and satellite installations, Freeview, Freesat and TV wall-mounting. Thanks to our years of experience we are the market-leading company in the area. 

Our trained and qualified technicians can install the most complex of aerials for you. We offer our services at Taylor TV aerial Installer Bournemouth to both commercial and domestic properties. 

We are a local, family run business. Therefore we can provide you with the same day or next day service. . All our services come with a free warranty guarantee, and our fitters are RDI registered. At Taylor TV Aerial Installation Bournemouth all clients aged 65 or over will receive a 10% discount.

Additional services

At Taylor TV Aerial Installer Bournemouth we have a range of services available. For instance, we can help if you want to gain access to TV Players and streaming services.

If you require an update to view Prime Video/Humax/BT/YouView then we can do this for you easily. At Taylor TV Aerial Installation Bournemouth we can give you access to Apple TV, Disney Plus UK, HBO Now or other streaming services. 

We specialise at Taylor TV Aerial Installation Bournemouth in providing a number of TV points. Therefore allowing you to transfer Sky TV or Freeview into any room that you require. 

Why should you choose Taylor Aerials? 

To ensure we are up to date with the digital age our engineers attend training programmes regularly.  Thus allowing us to exceed industry standards. 

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at Taylor Aerials. We are always more than happy to help, regardless of your needs.

Give us a call on 01202 048 277

Bournemouth Landmarks

Bournemouth has three Grade I listed churches, St Peter’s and St Stephen’s in the town centre and St Clement’s in Boscombe.St Peter’s was the town’s first church, completed in 1879 and designed by George Edmund Street. In his book, England’s Thousand Best Churches, Simon Jenkins describes the chancel as “one of the richest Gothic Revival interiors in England”, while the 202 feet spire dominates the surrounding skyline.When the architect, John Loughborough Pearson, designed St Stephen’s his aim was to,”bring people to their knees”. It has a high stone groined roof, twin aisles and a triforium gallery, although the tower lacks a spire.

The borough has two piers: Bournemouth Pier, close to the town centre, and the shorter but architecturally more important Boscombe Pier. In 1961 a theatre was added but this was demolished in 2008 when the rest of the pier was renovated. In 2009, fashion designer Wayne Hemingway described Boscombe Pier as “Britain’s coolest pier”. It was also voted Pier of the Year 2010 by the National Piers Society.

History of Bournemouth

Until the early nineteenth century, the region that currently houses Bournemouth was just heathland where cattle grazed. Lewis Tregonwell, the first resident and creator of Bournemouth, visited the beach with his wife in 1810. She fell in love with the region and convinced him to construct a home there. He bought an acre and a half of land and erected a home with cottages for his butler and gardener.

Tregonwell later purchased more property in the vicinity, and landowners planted pine trees on the heath, but Bournemouth remained undeveloped until 1837.

Spending time at the seashore became quite popular among the wealthy and middle classes around the end of the 18th century. Brighton, Eastbourne, and Bognor Regis were among the many new resorts developed. Sir George Tapps-Gervis wanted to build a coastal resort at Bournemouth in 1836. He commissioned Ben Ferrey, a Christchurch architect, to create it. During the summer, villas were erected for families to rent.

Bournemouth had developed into a little community by 1840. At that year, the stagecoach service between Southampton and Weymouth began to stop in Bournemouth, indicating that the community was establishing itself. The resort’s guide book was produced the same year.

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