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We assist with everything you need to improve your viewing experience from digital TV aerials and Freeview and Freesat systems to Sky Q, Sky +, Sky HD and Sky TV systems. We can also assist you with your TV Aerial Installers, aerial boosters, TV wall mounting solutions, home cinema installations, dish replacement solutions, multi-room installations, discreet dish positioning and more.
We are also updated on all the latest systems and trends and are prepared for the new 5G systems. If you are struggling with bad reception, want your new Sky Q system installed or you want your TV aerial mounted on your roof, our team are on hand to assist. Don’t delay, contact our team in Eastleigh today.
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If you are struggling with bad reception, then you will want to contact us right away so we can fix your TV reception today. Call our TV Aerial Installers experts in Eastleigh on our local number on 0238 124 2683 and see what we can do to improve your TV viewing experience without delay. You can also use our online booking form to secure your appointment or chat with a member of our team via our live chat feature.
Eastleigh is a town in the English county of Hampshire, located between Southampton and Winchester. With a population of 24,011 at the 2011 census, it is the largest town and the administrative seat of the Borough of Eastleigh. The town is located on the River Itchen, one of England’s premier chalk streams for fly fishing and a Special Scientific Interest site. Eastleigh was originally a village until the London and South-Western Railway developed it as a railway town in the nineteenth century. Eastleigh is located on the old Roman road that was built in A.D.79 between Winchester (Venta Belgarum) and Bitterne (Clausentum). Roman remains discovered in the Eastleigh area, including a Roman lead coffin excavated in 1908, suggest that a Roman settlement existed here.
Eastleigh F.C. is the town’s only senior football team, competing in the Conference Premier from 2014 to 2015 (after promotion from the Conference South in 2013-14), as well as the FA Cup and FA Trophy. The Spitfires are their nickname. Solent Kestrels are the town and area’s basketball club, competing in the English Basketball League Division 1, the country’s second-highest level of competition after the national British Basketball League. After winning Division 2 in the previous season, the team was promoted to Division 1 in 2016. Matt Guymon coaches them, and they play their home games at the Fleming Park Leisure Centre.