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Why Choose Us?


At Taylor TV Aerial Installation Exeter we have a number of services available. We offer maintenance, repairs and replacements as well as aerial and satellite installations.  Whatever your aerial needs, we are here to meet them.

We can offer same day or next day service at Taylor TV Aerial Installer Exeter due to being a local company. Free call-out service and free quotes are also offered, with a 10% discount for everyone aged 65 or over. 

Our services are available to both commercial and domestic properties in and around the area. All services at Taylor TV Aerial Installation Exeter are tailored to your specific needs. Regardless of your needs we guarantee to meet them. 


Are you in need of a digital TV aerial?

Our main priority is always customer satisfaction. Therefore at Taylor TV Aerial Installer Exeter we only use the latest digital equipment. We are more than happy to help if you are having issues with your current aerial and require an upgrade.

A number of factors such as extreme weather conditions can impact your aerial. At Taylor TV Aerial Installation Exeter we understand how frustrating it can be when your TV isn’t working. Which is why we provide a quick, hassle free turnaround. 

Regardless of your issues our trained technicians can assess your property and provide the ideal solution. Unlike our competitors, we do not have height restrictions. Meaning we can instal your aerial in its prime position.


How much do Digital TV Aerials cost to fit in Exeter?

When installing an aerial a number of internal and external factors must be considered For example, your location, type of aerial, your provider, the number of TV aerial sockets required etc. Therefore we do not have a set price list,  nor do we offer quotes over the phone.

Instead we provide a free call-out service with one of our trained professionals. Which allows us to offer you an accurate and unbiased quote. We have absolutely no hidden costs or obligations. 


Get in touch with Taylor Aerials

Whatever you aerial needs, we are always more than happy to help. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us

You can give us a call on 01392 573 499.

About Exeter

The Princesshay shopping centre adjoining the Cathedral Close and the High Street was redeveloped between 2005 and 2007, despite some local opposition.It incorporates 123 varied residential units.

To enable people with limited mobility to enjoy the city, Exeter Community Transport Association provides manual and powered wheelchairs and scooters (called Shopmobility) for use by anyone suffering from short or long-term mobility impairment to access to the city centre and shopping facilities, events and meetings with friends and company.

In May 2008 there was an attempted terrorist attack on the Giraffe cafe in Princesshay, but the bomber was the only one injured.

History of Exeter

Exeter was founded as a Roman settlement. When the Romans arrived in the Southwest around 50 AD, they built a wooden fort on a hill beside the river Exe at its lowest point, making it easy to cross. (The name Exe comes from a Celtic phrase that means ‘the water.’) The local Celtic tribe, on the other hand, offered no resistance to Roman power, and the soldiers eventually moved on around 75 AD. On the location of the fort, a town was built. It was given the name Isca by the Romans.

Exeter or Isca, like many Roman towns, featured a rectangular place known as the forum. This was the location of the market. There were also stores and the basilica, which served as a sort of town hall. In Roman Exeter, there were also public baths.

Exeter became the administrative centre of Southwest England thanks to the Romans. In this section of the country, however, Roman civilisation was only visible on the surface. It vanished completely further west. Rich individuals in Roman Exeter lived in stone houses with mosaic floors and even central heating, while the poor lived in crude wooden huts. Exeter does not appear to have been a particularly affluent town in Roman times. The Romans built a strong wall around Exeter in the second century that lasted for centuries. Roman civilization, on the other hand, began to deteriorate in the fourth century. The towns’ populations decreased. In 407 AD, the last Roman soldiers left Britain, and the Roman way of life began to fade away.

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