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For top Chesterfield TV Aerial Installers services, give Taylor Aerials a call today. We provide you with all your unique viewing needs, providing you with professional services, certified engineers and affordable pricing. We provide a local service catering to private and commercial clients with an extensive range of services which includes TV Aerial Installers, TV installations, Satellite TV and alarms and CCTV systems.
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We will provide you with Sky Q, Sky TV, Sky + and Sky HD along with Freeview and Freesat systems. We also assist with digital TV aerials, TV Aerial Installers for indoors and outdoors as well as aerial boosters, home cinema installations and multi-room installations. We are prepared for 5G and can assist with dish replacements, TV wall mounting solutions and discreet dish placements, to name a few.
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Your local TV Aerial Installers experts in Chesterfield are standing by to assist you with your TV viewing needs. Give us a call now on 01246 511 671 and see how we can improve your viewing experience. You can also complete our online booking form or use our live chat service to book an appointment at a suit that suits you.
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Chesterfield is a market town and borough in the English county of Derbyshire. It is located at the confluence of the rivers Rother and Hipper, 24 miles (39 kilometres) north of Derby and 11 miles (18 kilometres) south of Sheffield. In 2011, the borough’s population was 103,800, which included the settlements of Whittington, Brimington, and Staveley. Chesterfield is perhaps best known for the “crooked spire” of its Church of Saint Mary and All Saints and is why the local football team is known as The Spireites. Chesterfield is the ceremonial county of Derbyshire’s second largest town, after Derby. Chesterfield F.C., which previously played at the Recreation Ground, is based in the town. Chesterfield FC is known as the Spireites, after the town’s Crooked Spire. In 2005, plans were announced to build a new stadium on the old Dema Glass site in Whittington Moor, north of the town. The new stadium, known as the ‘B2net Stadium,’ began construction in the summer of 2009 and was completed in time for the start of the 2010/2011 season. Mansfield, the team’s neighbouring town, is a fierce rival. Chesterfield FC defeated Premiership heavyweights Manchester City and West Ham to advance to the League Cup quarter-finals, where they were narrowly defeated on penalties by Charlton Athletic. Despite their League Cup exploits, Chesterfield was relegated in the season’s final game.