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Why Choose Us?
We are the market-leading company in the area at Taylor TV Aerial Installation Dartford. Whatever your aerial needs we are here to help. Since we are a local company we can provide you with a free call-out service. We also offer free quotes as well as a 10% discount for all over 65s at Taylor TV Aerial Installer Dartford.
TV Aerial reception in Dartford
TV reception will differ across different areas of Dartford, it is even possible for your reception may even differ from your neighbours. We guarantee to provide you with a fast, high-quality signal. at Taylor TV Aerial Installation Dartford regardless of your location
If you require an aerial in order to view Freeview we can easily install one for you . Some of the main obstacles for your TV signals include large trees and buildings. Therefore, we do not have any height restrictions, unlike our competitors. Thus allowing us to place your aerial in its prime position.
Our additional TV services
As well as aerial and satellite installations we offer a range of services. For example, we offer TV wall-mounting services for plasma and LCD TVs at Taylor TV Aerial Installer Dartford. Our technicians will install your wall-mount at the prime angle, allowing you to enjoy your viewing experience.
All of our engineers at Taylor TV Aerial Installation Dartford are fully trained and qualified. We guarantee to provide you with a safe and tidy wall-mount, with minimal disruption to your property.
Additionally, our technicians specialise in a number of services. Including, home cinemas, Freeview, Freesat, Sky TV, Sky HD, Sky +, indoor aerials and aerial boosters. Therefore, we guarantee to meet your needs regardless of what they are. Our experts can advise you on the ideal aerial and TV box to meet your requirements.
Get in touch with us at Taylor Aerials
Regardless of your needs we are always more than happy to help you out. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Give us a call on 01322 471 032.
The 16th century saw significant changes to the hitherto agrarian basis of the market in Dartford, as new industries began to take shape. The priory was destroyed in 1538 during the Dissolution of the Monasteries and a new manor house was subsequently constructed by King Henry VIII. In 1545, Henry held a series of meetings of his Privy Council in the town, and from 21 to 25 June 1545 Dartford was the seat of the national government. Henry’s fourth wife Anne of Cleves lived at the new priory for four years before her death in 1557.
Many Protestants were executed during the reigns of Queen Mary (1553–1554) and Philip and Mary (1554–1558), including Christopher Wade, a Dartford linen-weaver who was burnt at the stake on the Brent in 1555. The Martyrs’ Memorial on East Hill commemorates Wade and other Kentish Martyrs. In 1576 Dartford Grammar School was founded,part of the Tudor emphasis on education for ordinary people.