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Why Choose Us?
At Taylor TV Aerial Installation Watford we are the market-leading company in the area. As we are a local, family run business we have a great understanding of the area. Therefore we are aware of which areas have a poorer reception etc.
If you require a Freeview aerial we can install one easily at Taylor TV Aerial Installer Watford. Providing you with up to 60 UK TV channels. We can also provide a diagnostic on your most watched channels.
As we have a range of TV boxes available we can help you whatever your needs. For example if you are looking for on-demand and internet access we can provide this for you with no hassle. At Taylor TV Aerial Installation Watford we specialise in providing a number of TV Aerial points. Therefore you can transfer, Freeview, Sky etc into any room you require.
Alongside aerial and satellite installations at Taylor Aerial Installer Watford we provide a range of services. Including maintenance, repair and replacements. If you are experiencing any of the following issues we can help. Full or partial video loss, drop in audio or pixelation. Whatever issue you are facing, our engineers can provide you with the perfect solution.
All prospective clients are provided with a free quote. If you are happy with the price we can then provide same day or next day service. We guarantee to provide you with the best prices in Watford. With a promise to beat any written quote another professional company has given you.
Why you should choose Taylor Aerials
Choose Taylor Aerials Watford and receive:
- Top-quality service
- Friendly engineers
- Lowest prices
- Market-leading company
- Fast turnaround
- No mess
Ensuring their skills and knowledge are up to date our engineers regularly attend training programmes.
Whatever your needs are, we are always happy to help. Whether it’s to book an appointment or make an enquiry please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
You can give us a call on 01923 605 376.
Watford remained an agricultural community with some cottage industry for many centuries. The Industrial Revolution brought the Grand Junction Canal (now Grand Union Canal) from 1798 and the London and Birmingham Railway from 1837, both located here for the same reasons the road had followed centuries before, seeking an easy gradient over the Chiltern Hills.
The land-owning interests permitted the canal to follow closely by the river Gade, but the prospect of smoke-emitting steam trains drove them to ensure the railway gave a wide berth to the Cassiobury and Grove estates. Consequently, although the road and canal follow the easier valley route, the railway company was forced to build an expensive tunnel under Leavesden to the north of the town.