Book in your TV Aerial Installation in Chatham
Why Choose Us?
Alongside aerial and satellite installations we offer a number of services at Taylor TV Aerial Installation Chatham. Including, indoor aerials, aerial boosters, home cinemas, TV wall-mounting. We are a local, family run business with over ten years of industry experience. Therefore we have an excellent knowledge of the area, and understand which areas have poorer signals etc.
Our engineers can install the most complex of aerials thanks to their vast amount of experience. Our services at Taylor TV Aerial Installer Chatham’s are offered to both domestic and commercial properties.
We offer a free call-out service as we are a local company. As well as same day or next day service. At Taylor TV Aerial Installation Chatham’s we provide a free warranty guarantee with all our services.
We can provide you with steaming services and TV Players at Taylor TV Aerial Installer Chatham. For instance we can link your TV box to your broadband router easily providing you with on demand and internet access.
Your aerial may need an upgrade in order to view YouView/Humax/BT/Prime. However, at Taylor TV Aerial Installation Chatham we can do this with ease. Providing you with access to a range of streaming services. Including HBO Now, Disney Plus UK and Apple TV.
We also specialise in providing a number of TV points at Taylor TV Aerial Installer Chatham. Thus allowing you to transfer Sky, Freeview etc into any room that you require.
Why should you choose Taylor Aerials?
We only use the latest, most advanced technology as we pride ourselves in staying up to date with the digital age. Our technicians regularly attend training programmes, thus ensuring their skills and knowledge are up to date. Meaning we continue to exceed industry standards.
Regardless of your needs we are always more than happy to help. Do you want to book an appointment? Are you looking to make an enquiry? Please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Give us a call on 01634562687.
In response to the huge manpower needs, the village of Chatham and other nearby villages and towns grew commensurately. Trams, and later buses, linked those places to bring in the workforce. The area between the High Street and Luton village illustrates part of that growth, with its many streets of Victorian terraces.
The importance of Chatham dockyard gradually declined as Britain’s naval resources were reduced or moved to other locations, and eventually, in 1984, it was closed completely. The dockyard buildings were preserved as the historic site Chatham Historic Dockyard (operated by Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust), which was under consideration as a World Heritage Site the site is being used for other purposes. Part of the St Mary’s Island section is now used as a marina, and the remainder is being developed for housing, commercial and other uses, branded as “Chatham Maritime”