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Canterbury TV Aerial Installers Service
Thank you for visiting the Taylor Aerials website. We can assure you that our experienced team will endeavour to provide you with the best picture in your home or office without delay. We are passionate about everything we do, accommodating jobs of all sizes from simple to complex at prices you can afford. We offer you professional advice, same-day services, local services, certified engineers and affordable pricing.
If that isn’t enough, we will also provide you with free no obligation quotes, free call-outs, free advice and same-day services. What are you waiting for? Give our expert team of TV Aerial Installers specialists a call today.
Our range of services will ensure you enjoy a crisp and clear picture on your television screen. We provide Sky Q, Sky HD, Sky +, Sky TV, Freeview and Freesat systems and installations. We also offer home cinema installations, multi-room installations, dish replacement services and repair solutions for existing systems. Further, we offer aerial boosters, TV installations, TV wall mounting services, indoor and outdoor TV Aerial Installers, CCTV systems and alarm systems, to name a few.
If you are struggling with your reception, contact your local Canterbury team and let us fix it for you today.
You can contact us with ease, using one of three simple methods. Our local TV Aerial Installers specialists in Canterbury are standing by to assist you without delay.
- Call us now on 01227 389 575 to see how we can assist you today
- Complete our simple online booking form to secure your same-day visit from a member of our certified and experienced team
- Chat to a member of our team using our live chat feature during office hours
Canterbury is a cathedral city and UNESCO World Heritage Site in the centre of the City of Canterbury, a local government area in the English county of Kent. It is located on the Stour River. Because of the prominence of St Augustine, who acted as an apostle to the pagan Kingdom of Kent around the turn of the seventh century, the Archbishop of Canterbury is the primate of the Church of England and the worldwide Anglican Communion. Following Thomas Becket’s crucifixion in 1170, the city’s cathedral became a significant pilgrimage destination, though it had previously been a well-trodden pilgrim destination since the execution of St Alphege by King Canute’s troops in 1012. Geoffrey Chaucer’s 14th-century classic The Canterbury Tales was inspired by a pilgrimage to Becket’s shrine.
St Lawrence Ground is unique for being one of only two first-class cricket grounds with a tree within its boundaries (the other is the City Oval in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa). Kent County Cricket Club’s home field, it has hosted multiple One Day Internationals, including one England match at the 1999 Cricket World Cup. Canterbury City F.C. reorganised as a community interest business in 2007 and now competes in the Southern Counties East Football League. The club’s previous iteration disbanded in 2001. Canterbury RFC was formed in 1926 and was the first club in East Kent to gain National League status. They presently compete in the fourth division, National League 2 South.