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Chester TV Aerial Installers Service

For the top TV Aerial Installers services in Chester, be sure to give Taylor Aerials a call. We provide all our clients with a local service, affordable prices, professional services and certified engineers. We assist you with all your viewing needs from TV Aerial Installers to TV installations and satellite TV solutions to CCTV and alarm systems. Our passion is to ensure you enjoy the best quality picture in your home or office at all times.

We provide you with the added benefits of no call-out charges and free no-obligation quotes so you can always use our quality services with complete confidence.

Why Us

Our extensive range of quality services includes:

  • Sky Q solutions
  • TV Aerial Installers for both indoors and outdoors
  • Sky TV, Sky + and Sky HD
  • Multiroom installations
  • Digital TV aerials
  • TV wall mounting services
  • Aerial boosters
  • Freeview
  • Freesat
  • Discreet dish positioning solutions
  • Home cinema installations
  • Repair services
  • Dish replacement solutions
  • and more

Struggling with bad reception? Don’t delay, contact our Chester team of TV derail installation specialists today.

Contact us

You can contact us with ease. We have put a few contact methods in place to ensure that it’s simple to contact our local TV Aerial Installers specialists in Chester. You can call us now on 01244 752 791, use our online booking form or use our live chat feature, during office hours, to chat with a team member without delay.

We understand the frustration of a poor quality image on your television and our passion is to ensure you enjoy the best picture with same-day visits, so your viewing experience can be improved right away.

About Chester

Chester is a walled cathedral city in the English county of Cheshire. It is situated near the English-Welsh border on the River Dee. It is the most populous settlement in Cheshire West and Chester (a unitary authority with a population of 329,608 in 2011) and serves as its administrative headquarters, with a population of 79,645 in 2011. It is also the historic county town of Cheshire, as well as the county’s second-largest settlement after Warrington. During the reign of Emperor Vespasian, Chester was founded in 79 AD as a “castrum” or Roman fort called Deva Victrix. Deva, one of the most important army camps in Roman Britain, later became a major civilian settlement. King Ethelred of Mercia established the Minster Church of West Mercia in 689, which later became Chester’s first cathedral, and the Angles extended and strengthened the city walls to protect it from the Danes. Chester was one of the last cities in England to be conquered by the Normans, and William the Conqueror had a castle built to dominate the town and the nearby Welsh border. Chester received city status in 1541.

Chester City F.C., founded in 1885 and elected to the Football League in 1931, played at their Sealand Road stadium until 1990, then spent two years in Macclesfield before returning to the city to the new Deva Stadium straddling the border between England and Wales in 1992. The club was relegated from the Football League in 2000, only to reclaim it four years later as Conference champions, but was relegated again in 2009 and went out of business in March 2010 after 125 years. Following their demise, a new club, Chester FC, was established.

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