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Taylor TV Aerial Installation Colchester
Taylor TV Aerial Installation Colchester specialises in a variety of services. Indoor aerials, aerial and satellite installations, home theatres, and TV wall-mounting are all included. Being a local firm, along with our extensive knowledge, has helped us to become the market leader in the area.
Because of their extensive knowledge, our specialists can install even the most intricate aerials. Taylor TV Aerial Installer Colchester provides our services to both residential and commercial premises.
We are glad to give a free call-out service as well as same-day or next-day service because we are a local business. Taylor TV Aerial Installation Colchester offers a free warranty guarantee on all of its services.
Taylor TV Aerial Installer Colchester can connect you to TV players and streaming services. We can connect your TV box to your Internet network, for example, and enable internet and on-demand access.
If your antenna has to be upgraded to view Prime/BT/YouView/Humax, TV Aerial Installation Colchester can simply do so. As a result, we can provide you access to a variety of streaming services, such as Apple TV, Disney Plus UK, and HBO Now.
We can provide a variety of TV Aerial points at Taylor TV Aerial Installation Colchester. This lets you watch Sky TV or Freeview in whichever room you.
Why should you choose Taylor Aerials?
Our fitters attend training programmes on a regular to ensure their skills and knowledge are up to date. To stay up to date with the digital age, we only use the latest technology and digital equipment. Thus allowing us to continue to exceed industry standards.
Whatever your needs, we are here to meet them. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.
Give us a call on 01206 581 577.
Soon after the Roman conquest of Britain in AD 43, a Roman legionary fortress was established, the first in Britain. Later, when the Roman frontier moved outwards and the twentieth legion had moved to the west (c.AD 49), Camulodunum became a Colonia named in a second-century inscription as Colonia Victricensis. This contained a large and elaborate Temple to the Divine Claudius, the largest classical-style temple in Britain, as well as at least seven other Romano-British temples. Colchester is home to two of the five Roman theatres found in Britain; the example at Gosbecks (site of the Iron Age royal farmstead) is the largest in Britain, able to seat 5,000.
Camulodunum served as a provincial Roman capital of Britain but was attacked and destroyed during Boudica’s rebellion in AD 61. Sometime after the destruction, London became the capital of the province of Britannia. Colchester’s town walls c. 3,000 yds. long were built c.65–80 A.D. when the Roman town was rebuilt after the Boudicca rebellion. In 2004, Colchester Archaeological Trust discovered the remains of a Roman Circus (chariot race track) underneath the Garrison in Colchester, a unique find in Britain. The Roman town of Camulodunum, officially known as Colonia Victricensis, reached its peak in the Second and Third centuries AD. It may have reached a population of 30,000 in that period.