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Why Choose Us?
Taylor TV Aerial Installation Eastleigh
Is a local business. We provide our services to all of Eastleigh and the surrounding areas. As we are local, our engineers have a great knowledge of the area. Therefore, they know which areas have the weaker signals etc.
We are more than happy to help if you are having issues with your current area. At Taylor TV Aerial Installer Eastleigh we can install a Freeview aerial. Thus providing you with 60 UK TV channels. A diagnostic on your most-watched channels can also be completed.
Alongside this, if you require on-demand or internet access on your TV box we can help. At Taylor TV Aerial Installation Eastleigh we are specialists in providing multiple TV points. Therefore you can transfer internet videos, Freeview and Sky into any room you wish.
Plasma and LCD TV wall-mount service
A range of services is provided at Taylor TV Aerial Installer Eastleigh. For instance, we offer a wall-mount service for all plasma and LCD TVs. Whether you are after a standard installation or a custom high-end design we can do it all. Our engineers are equipped with a range of brackets, from flush to tilt and swing. To provide the best possible viewing experience we will install your wall mount at the prime angle.
Do you have issues with your existing aerial?
Regardless of your aerial needs, we are here to help at Taylor TV aerial Installation Eastleigh. Are you having issues with your picture? Is your sound disappearing? Don’t worry, our technicians will get to the bottom of the problem and provide the best solution. We offer free quotes to all prospective clients and are happy to provide same-day or next-day service. If another professional company has given you a written quote, we promise to beat it. Ensuring our prices are the best in Eastleigh. Additionally, all customers aged 65 or over will receive a 10% discount.
Why you should choose Taylor Aerials
To ensure their knowledge and skills are up to date our technicians attend training programmes regularly. Therefore allowing us to have a 100% customer satisfaction rate. We are always happy to help at Taylor aerials so please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Whatever your aerial needs are fully equipped to help. Give us a call on 02382 549 090.
Eastleigh’s recorded history began with a settlement named as Eastlea (later Eastley), a Saxon term meaning “clearing in the woodland.” It was known as Eastleigh in 1086 when the Domesday book was written. The Bishop of Winchester rebuilt a portion of the River Itchen in the 12th century to allow boats to move goods. Locks and bridges were developed to improve navigation in the 18th century. Until 1838, when the London and SouthWestern Railway Company built a railway between Southampton and Winchester, the small Eastley hamlet remained relatively inconsequential. Bishopstoke Junction was the name given to the railroad station because Bishopstoke was larger and more important than Eastleigh. The railway line between Basingstoke and London was extended in 1839, and the first train passed through Bishopstoke Junction. Eastleigh and Bishopstoke was the station’s new name in 1889. It wasn’t until 1923 that the train station was christened Eastleigh.
By 1851, Barton had a population of 194 and Eastley had a population of 213, thanks to the railway company building homes for its employees near the new station. The railway station started a cheese market in 1852, which quickly became Hampshire’s leading cheese market. The town grew quicker than many other communities at the time, and it was one of the first planned towns to use the gridiron system in the United States.