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Taylor TV Aerial Installation Mansfield

At Taylor TV Aerial Installation Mansfield we are the market-leading company in the area. Regardless of your needs we are here to help. Due to being a local company we can offer you a free call-out service. We also offer a 10% discount for all clients aged 65 or over at Taylor TV Aerial Installer Mansfield. 

 

TV Aerial reception in Mansfield

It is common for TV reception to differ across different areas, your signal may even differ from your neighbours. At Taylor TV Aerial Installation Mansfield we promise to provide you with a fast, high-quality signal regardless of your location. 

You may require an aerial in order to view Freeview, we can do this for you with ease. Some of the main obstacles for your TV signal include tall trees and buildings. Which is why we do not have any height restrictions, unlike our competitors. Therefore allowing us to place your aerial in its prime position.

 

Our additional TV services

We offer a range of services as well as aerial and satellite installations. For example, we offer TV wall-mounting services for plasma and LCD TVs at Taylor TV Aerial Installer Mansfield. Our technicians will install your wall-mount at the prime angle, allowing you to enjoy your viewing experience. 

We promise to install your wall-mount safely with minimal disruption to your property. At Taylor TV Aerial Installation Mansfield our engineers are all fully trained and qualified. 

Additionally, we offer a  number of services. Including, home cinemas, Freeview, Freesat, Sky TV, Sky HD, Sky +, indoor aerials and aerial boosters. Therefore, whatever your needs we promise to meet them. If you are unsure on which aerial and TV box to go for, our experts can advise you. 

 

Get in touch with us at Taylors Aerials

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch.We are always more than happy to help you out, regardless of your needs. 

Give us a call on 0162 782 924.

 

About Mansfield 

Mansfield has a large market square surrounded by a commercial and retail centre. It includes a museum, the Palace Theatre, restaurants, fast-food outlets, pubs, bars and night clubs. On 6 April 2010 a town-centre Business Improvement District (BID) was founded with offices in the old Town Hall in the Market Place, financed by 2 per cent extra on the rateable value of nearby businesses.

The BID operates on a five-year business basis, with a rolling yearly operational plan.Before its tenure ended in 2015, over 560 shops and other town-centre businesses were canvassed in late 2014 to vote on the first continuation period. Mansfield District Council contracted out of this procedure at a projected cost to council taxpayers of £8,000.On a 55 per cent turnout, 77 per cent voted to continue the BID for another five years


History of Mansfield

Mansfield is a historic Nottinghamshire market town that grew to become the county’s second largest township by the mid-Victorian period. Archaeological finds reveal that communities have been in the area since Neolithic times, and that there was a Roman settlement in the area, as evidenced by the remains of a villa. Several local names show Saxon and Danish influences.
Despite its location on the western side of Sherwood Forest, the town is almost halfway between its north and south bounds and has a similar importance within the county, giving it a good strategic position. As a result, a network of highways radiating from the town developed, providing direct routes to Nottingham, Worksop, Chesterfield, and Newark.

The settlement was situated on the eastern side of the King’s Highway, which ran between Nottingham and Bolsover Castles. From the major highways, a network of secondary roads sprouted, providing easy access to Mansfield for many villages and small towns.

The town received a market charter in 1227 after becoming the centre of a network of highways, and it still holds regular weekly markets today. Because it was a commercial centre for a much larger community, it was able to diversify its industry base during the mediaeval period, adding textiles, milling, quarrying, and founding to its list of essential support industries.

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