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Wrexham TV Aerial Installation Service
We provide our clients throughout Wrexham with the quality viewing solutions that they need to enjoy the best picture. We provide TV installations, satellite TV solutions, alarm and CCTV systems, and TV aerial installation solutions. We provide certified engineers, professional service and same-day visits. We also offer a local service at affordable prices complete with free quotes, no call-out charges, and more.
We accommodate projects of all sizes, there is no job too big or too small for our expert team of TV aerial installation specialists in Wrexham. Give us a call today on 01978 809 419 for assistance with your TV viewing experience in the home or office.
Why Use Our TV Aerial Installation Service in Wrexham
For all your viewing needs, our team is on hand to assist. We provide digital TV aerials, Sky Q, Sky TV, Sky + and Sky HD services along with Freeview and Freesat services. You can call us to assist with your indoor or outdoor TV aerial installation, 5G, aerial boosters, home cinema installations, repairs to existing systems, and dish replacement services. In addition to this, we will assist with TV wall mounting, discreet dish positioning, multi-room installations, and much more. We stay up to date with the latest systems, ensuring you receive the current service you deserve.
Contact your local TV aerial installation experts in Wrexham
You can contact our specialist TV aerial installation team today by calling us on 01978 803 045 to see what we can do to assist you without delay. Use our online booking form and secure your same-day visit or chat to a member of our experienced team using our live chat feature during office hours.
Don’t waste another moment watching a grainy television, when our expert team can fix your TV reception today.
Other Local Areas That We Cover:
We cover the whole of North Wales including Wrexham, Oswestry, Chirk, Llangollen, Whitchurch, Tattenhall, Hope, Llay, Ruthin, Cefnmawr, Ruabon, Ellesmere, Mold, Buckley, St Martins, Rossett, Rhostyllen, Rhosslanerchrugog, Holywell, Gresford, Hope, Welshpool, Newtown, Denbigh, St Asaph, Corwen, BuckleyFlint, Rhuddlan, Rhyl, Colwyn Bay, Conwy, Prestatyn
Full Postcode Coverage:
LL11, LL12, LL13, LL15, CH7, LL14, LL20, CH5, CH6, CH8, SY10, SY11, SY12, LL23, LL22, LL16, LL17, LL18, LL19, SY14
History of Wrexham
Mesolithic (8000 to 4300 BC) implements made of flint have been discovered to the east of the town, indicating that human activity in the Wrexham region dates back to that time. To the west of the present-day town centre are two Bronze Age burial mounds, and by the early Middle Bronze Age, there is evidence that the region had become a hub for an inventive metalworking industry.  The existence of an old tribal boundary is suggested by a number of Iron Age hill-forts that are found to the west of modern-day Wrexham along the upland-lowland line.
The Cornovii tribe controlled the region that included Wrexham at the time the Romans conquered Britain. In the Plas Coch neighbourhood of Wrexham, there existed a Roman civilian population, and excavations have uncovered signs of agriculture and trade with the larger Roman world. Wrexham was a member of the Romano-British Kingdom of Powys after the end of Roman authority in Britain.