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Taylor TV Aerial Installation Maidenhead
At Taylor TV Aerial Installation Maidenhead we are the market-leading company in the area. Due to being a local, family run business we are happy to provide a free call-out service. Whatever your aerial needs we are here to help. We also offer free quotes and a 10% discount for all over 65s at Taylor TV Aerial Installer Maidenhead.
TV Aerial reception in Maidenhead
It is completely normal for TV reception to differ across different areas, it is even possible for your signal to differ from your neighbours. We guarantee to provide you with a fast, high-quality signal at Taylor TV Aerial Installation Maidenhead regardless of your location.
We can easily instal an aerial for you to view Freeview if required. Large trees and buildings are some of the main obstacles for your TV signal. 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
We offer a range of services at Taylor TV Aerial Installer Maidenhead alongside aerial and satellite installations . For example, we offer TV wall-mounting services for plasma and LCD TVs. Our technicians will install your wall-mount at the prime angle to ensure you enjoy your viewing experience.
All of our engineers at Taylor TV Aerial Installation Maidenhead are fully trained and qualified. We promise 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. For example, home cinemas, Freeview, Freesat, Sky TV, Sky HD, Sky +, indoor aerials and aerial boosters. Therefore whatever your needs, we promise to meet them. Our experts can advise you on the ideal aerial and TV box to meet your requirements.
Get in touch with us at Taylor Aerials
We are always more than happy to help you out, whatever your needs. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Give us a call on 01628 560 970.
Maidenhead’s name stems from the riverside area where the first “New wharf” or “Maiden Hythe” was built, as early as Saxon times. In the year 870, an army of Danes invaded the kingdom of Wessex. They disembarked from their longboats by the wharf and ferry crossing at Maidenhead and fought their way overland to Reading where they set up camp and made it their regional power base.The area of the present town centre was originally a small Anglo-Saxon town known as “South Ellington”. The town would have likely developed on the Camlet Way on the site of Alaunodunum as the Bath Road was not re-routed until the 13th century. Maidenhead is recorded in the Domesday Book as the settlement of Ellington in the hundred of Beynhurst.
History of Maidenhead
Maidenhead is a lovely town nestled along the Thames’s banks, near to Windsor and Eton. Though the river alone is reason enough to visit Maidenhead, the town also has a long history.
Unlike many other English towns, Maidenhead’s roots may be traced with some confidence. South Aylington developed up near the Thames in the early 13th century, midway between Cookham and Bray. Due of the potential of flooding, the village was not located on the Thames itself.
Then a wooden bridge was built across the Thames, and the peaceful community found itself on the A4, the main road connecting London and Bristol. Alongside the bridge, a new dock, or “Maiden Hythe,” was built, and a population grew up around it. Maidenhead received its town charter from Elizabeth I in 1582. Maidenhead’s prosperity arose in part from the fact that it was exactly one day’s journey from London, making it a popular rest stop for travellers. Brunel’s Great Western Railway drew in even more settlers, who could now reside in Maidenhead’s lovely Thames-side environment while commuting to work in London.