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Why Choose Us?
Alongside aerial and satellite installations at Taylor TV Aerial Installation Basingstoke we offer an array of services. These include maintenance, repair and upgrade services. Thus, regardless of your aerial needs we are here to meet them.
As we are a local business as Taylor TV Aerial Installation Basingstoke we can provide same day or next day service. Additionally, we provide our services to both commercial and domestic properties. We also provide free quotes with over 65s receiving a 10% discount
With over ten years of industry experience we provide the best service in the area. At Taylor TV Aerial Installation Basingstoke our systems are tailored specifically to you.
Are you in need of a digital TV aerial?
At Taylor TV Aerial Installer Basingstoke customer satisfaction is always at the forefront of our minds. Which is why we only use the latest technology and equipment. Ensuring we provide you with the best quality service.
If you have issues with your current issue we are here to help. Tall buildings and trees can act as an obstacle for your TV signal. Therefore At Taylor TV Aerial Installation Basingstoke we have no height restrictions. This allows us to install your aerial in the optimum position for your viewing pleasure.
Whatever issues you are facing, our certified contractors can find the route of the problem and provide the ideal solution.
The cost of Digital TV Aerials in Basingstoke
A number of factors have to be taken into consideration when installing an aerial. For instance, the type of aerial, your location, how many TV Aerial points you require etc all impact the cost. Therefore we do not have a set price list or quote over the phone.
However, we do provide you with a free call-out service with one of our professionals. Meaning they can provide you with an accurate price.
Get in touch with Taylor Aerials
We are always more than happy to help so please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at Taylor Aerials. Whether you are ready to book an appointment or you require more information please give us a call.
You can contact us on 01256 630 629.
The Anglican church of St. Michael’s is west of Festival Place and the chancel dates from 1464; the south chapel may be older. The nave and aisles were added 50 years later by Richard Foxe, Bishop of Winchester. The Memorial Chapel at the north east corner of the church was completed in 1921. The ruined Chapel of the Holy Ghost, north of the railway station, has not been a place of worship for the past four centuries, an effect of the Reformation. It was built by the first Lord Sandys, beginning in 1524, when King Henry VIII issued a charter of incorporation.
However the west tower of a 13th-century building survives. It is surrounded by an ancient cemetery; William, Lord Sandys himself lies buried in the chapel with his wife. The Church of St Mary, Eastrop is an old church enlarged in 1912. All Saints’ Church was built in 1915, designed by Temple Moore. St Peter’s Church was built in 1964-5 designed by Ronald Sims and is in a housing estate built in the 1960s.In 2014 a group named Basingstoke Community Churches covered an area of six churches in the town. There is also an Assemblies of God church called Wessex Christian Fellowship, two very new Roman Catholic churches, St. Bede’s and St. Joseph’s, and churches of other denominations.In 2019 Gateway Church Basingstoke began a partnership with Christians Against Poverty (CAP) to launch a Debt Centre in Basingstoke.