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For top Grays TV Aerial Installers services, give your local experts a call today. We will provide you with all the unique TV viewing services that you need, 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 provide 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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Give us a call today on 01375 308 162 and see what services we can offer you to ensure you enjoy the best TV picture in your home or office. We have a handy live chat feature, which operates during office hours, where you can chat with a member of our team. You are also welcome to complete our easy online booking form to secure your appointment at a time suitable for you.
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Grays (or Grays Thurrock) is the largest town in the Essex borough and unitary authority of Thurrock, and one of the traditional (Church of England) parishes of Thurrock. The town is located on the north bank of the Thames, approximately 20 miles (32 kilometres) east of London, and 2 miles (3.2 kilometres) east of the M25 motorway. Its economy is linked to industries in the Port of London, its own offices, retail, and Lakeside, West Thurrock. Its riverside is used for a variety of purposes and faces Broadness Lighthouse, Broadness Point, Swanscombe, and Kent. On September 24, 1665, Samuel Pepys visited Grays and bought fish from the local fishermen, according to his diary. Grays and Chafford Hundred are located within three Victorian chalk pits, the largest two of which are the Lion Gorge and the Warren Gorge. Another section of the Chafford Hundred residential development is built on an old Victorian landfill.
From the top of Grays’ Derby Road Bridge, one can see Thurrock Yacht Club, Grays Beach’s children’s playground, and the River Thames. In addition to Thurrock Yacht Club, Grays Beach is home to the local landmark The Gull, a lightship built in 1860 that has lain on the foreshore for decades and is now in serious disrepair.