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Why Choose Us?
At Taylor TV Aerial Installation Swindon we are specialists in a number of services. For example Sky, Freeview, aerial boosters, TV wall-mounting, and home cinemas. We are the market-leading company in the area thanks to over ten years of industry experience.
Thanks to our vast amount of experience our technicians can install the most complex of systems. We offer our services to both domestic and commercial properties at Taylor TV Aerial Installer Swindon.
As we are a local company we are happy to offer same day or next day service as well as a free call-out service. Our services come with a free warranty guarantee and our technicians are RDI registered. All clients aged 65 of over will receive a 10% discount at Taylor TV Aerial Installation Swindon.
A range of services are available at Taylor TV Aerial Installer Swindon alongside aerial and satellite installations. For example we can provide you with access to TV players and streaming services. Our engineers can easily link your TV box to your broadband router and provide on demand and internet access.
You may require an upgrade on your Humax/BT/YouView box in order to view Prime Video. At Taylor TV Aerial Installation Swindon we can do this for you easily. Providing you with access to Apple TV, Disney Plus UK , HBO Now and other streaming services.
We are specialists in providing multiple TV points at Taylor TV Aerial Installation Swindon. Therefore allowing you to transfer Freeview, Sky TV, etc. into any room that you require. We have mass amounts of knowledge and experience in installing extra aerial points, BT Vision, and Sky TV boxes.
Why should you choose Taylor Aerials?
We take pride in staying up to date with the digital age at taylor Aerials by using only the latest technology and digital equipment. Our engineers regularly attend training programmes to ensure their skills and knowledge are up to date.
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. Whatever your needs we are always more than happy to help.
You can contact us on 01793 684 464.
The Second World War saw an influx of new industries as part of the war effort; Vickers-Armstrong making aircraft at Stratton, and Plesseys at Cheney Manor producing electrical components. By 1960 Plessey had become Swindon’s biggest employer, with a predominantly female workforce.David Murray John, Swindon’s town clerk from 1938 to 1974, is seen as a pioneering figure in Swindon’s post-war regeneration: his last act before retirement was to sign the contract for Swindon’s tallest building, which is now named after him.
Murray John’s successor was David Maxwell Kent, appointed by the Swindon/Highworth Joint Committee in 1973: he had worked closely with Murray John and continued similar policies for a further twenty years. The Greater London Council withdrew from the Town Development Agreement and the local council continued the development on its own.
There was the problem of the Western Development and of Lydiard Park being in the new North Wiltshire district, but this was resolved by a boundary change to take in part of North Wiltshire. Another factor limiting local decision-taking was the continuing role of Wiltshire County Council in the administration of Swindon. Together with like-minded councils, a campaign was launched to bring an updated form of county borough status to Swindon. This was successful in 1997 with the formation of Swindon Borough Council, covering the area of the former Thamesdown and the former Highworth Rural District Council.