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Why Choose Us?
Taylor TV Aerial Installer St Helens
Taylor TV Aerial Installation St Helen’s is a family-owned and operated business. We serve the entire city of St Helen’s and the neighbouring areas. Because we are local, our engineers are well-versed in the area. As a result, they recognise when there is a problem with TV signals, for example.
Taylor TV Aerial Installer St Helen’s is available to assist you with your aerial requirements.
For example, by installing a Freeview aerial, we may offer you with up to 60 UK TV channels. We may also do a diagnostic on your most often watched channels. We can also provide on-demand and internet access because we have a variety of TV boxes accessible.
Taylor TV Aerial Installation St Helen’s are experts in delivering various TV points. That is, you can move Sky, Freeview, and streaming services into whatever room you need.
Give us a call on 01744 411 628
Our other Services
Taylor TV Aerial Installer St Helen’s provides a variety of services. For example, consider our maintenance, repair, and replacement services. As a result, if you are having problems with your present aerial, we are here to assist you. Are you suffering image loss, pielation, blue screen, or audio loss? Our professionals can trace the source of the problem and recommend the best remedy.
Taylor TV Aerial Installation St Helen’s offers free quotations to all potential consumers. If you are satisfied with the pricing, we may provide same-day or next-day service. Our pricing are guaranteed to be the most competitive in the region.
If you have obtained a written quotation from another professional firm, we will match it.
Why you should choose Taylor Aerials
Choose Taylor Aerials and you will receive:
- Top-quality service
- Market-leading company
- Fast turnaround
- Friendly engineers
- Lowest prices
- No mess
Our certified engineers regularly attend training programmes. Therefore ensuring their skills and knowledge are up to date. Thus allowing us to maintain our perfect customer satisfaction rate as well as exceed industry standards.
Regardless of your needs please don’t hesitate to get in touch. We are always more than happy to help you out.
Give us a call on 01744 419 970
St Helen’s Historic buildings
The contemporary Town Hall was erected in 1876 to replace the former (which had been damaged by a fire in 1871); its clock tower used to have a spire, but it was destroyed in a fire in 1913.
The Gamble Institute, located in the current town centre, near to the town hall, was established in 1896 and named after Sir David Gamble, the first mayor, who also donated the site for the structure. The Gamble Institute building now houses the central library as well as other municipal offices and archives.
The Friends’ Meeting House, Church Street. This attractive stone-built Grade II listed hall has been used for Quaker worship for over 300 years since its establishment, in 1678, by George Shaw of Bickerstaffe. A sign at the front of the building reads “so used” since 1678, partly leading local historians to believe the building had been used for another purpose for quite a number of years before 1678. The building and garden have been recently restored and are an important element of the George Street Conservation Area. The sundial over the door of the meeting house is dated 1753, while a curiosity in the garden is a huge glacial boulder, said to have been deposited from the Lake District following the last ice age.