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TV Aerial Installation Grays
At Taylor TV Aerial Installation Grays we specialise in a number of services. Including, aerial boosters, Tv wall-mounting, indoor aerials, Sky, and home cinemas. With over ten years of industry experience we have become the market-leading company in and around the area. We are also a local, family run business.
Thanks to our technicians vast amounts of experience we can install the most complex of CCTV systems . All services at Taylor TV Aerial Installer Grays are available to both domestic and commercial properties.
As we are a local company we are happy to provide same day or next day services, as well as a free call-out service. Our services come with a free warranty guarantee and our engineers are all RDI registered. At Taylor TV Aerial Installation Grays all clients aged 65 or over will receive a 10% discount.
As well as aerial and satellite installations we offer a range of services at Taylor TV Aerial Installer Grays.For instance we can provide you with access to streaming services and TV players. We can easily link your TV box to your broadband router and provide on demand and internet access.
In order to view Prime Video your Humax/BT/YouView box may require an upgrade. We can do this for you with ease at Taylor TV Aerial Installation Grays. Our technicians can provide you with access to a variety of streaming services including HBO Now, Apple TV, Disney Plus Uk.
At Taylor TV Aerial Installer Reading we are specialists in providing a number of TV points. Meaning you can transfer Sky, Freeview etc into any room that you require. Our technicians have mass amounts of knowledge and experience in installing extra aerial points.
Why should you choose Taylor Aerials?
We only use the latest technology and digital equipment. Therefore ensuring we stay up to date with the digital age. Our technicians regularly attend training programmes thus ensuring their skills and knowledge are up to date. Which allows us to continue to exceed industry standards.
Whatever your needs, we are always more than happy to help. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us on 01375 801 262.
Grays was originally a small harbour with a brickworks and a brewery. The population was only 28 in 1086, and there were still only 28 homes in 1670. The population exploded with the arrival of the railways, reaching 13,000 by 1901, with wharves and jetties, barge builders, and breakers yards on the waterfront. There were many riverside pubs, including the White Hart, Anchor & Hope, The Bull, King’s Arms, Rising Sun, Sailors Return, and the Green Man, in addition to Seabrooke’s brewery. The Theobald Arms, The Castle, Railway Hotel, and Queen’s Hotel were among the many hotels in the town. The brewery is no longer operating, but the Co-op bakery on Argent Street is still open. The Exmouth Training Ship moored off Grays and the Gull lightship, which was once used as a clubhouse by the Yacht Club, were among the old views of the bathing pool and boating pond on Grays beach, as well as the Exmouth Training Ship moored off Grays and the Gull lightship, which was once used as a clubhouse by the Yacht Club. There were photographs of the Old High Street, including the Dutch House, which was demolished in the 1960s. These residences were demolished and replaced by Kings Walk, which is now demolished as well. Flints ironmongery, which supplied vehicle and radio parts, was the first company to broadcast at the Orsett event.