TV Aerial Installation Bath
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For the market-leading company in the area, get in touch with Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Bath. Due to being a local company we are happy to provide you with a free call-out service as well as free quotes.Regardless of your needs we guarantee to help. All clients aged 65 or over will receive a 10% discount at Paul Davies TV Aerial Installer Bath.
TV Aerial reception in Bath
There are a range of factors which affect TV reception, which is why it differs across different areas. Regardless of your location we can provide you with a fast, top-quality signal at Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Bath.
Large trees and buildings act as some of the main obstacles for TV reception. Therefore, unlike our competitors we do not have any height restrictions. Therefore allowing us to position your aerial in its prime position.
Our additional TV services
Alongside aerial and satellite installations we offer a range of services at Paul Davies TV Aerial Installer Bath. For instance we offer a TV wall-mounting service for all plasma and LCD TVs. Thus ensuring you enjoy your viewing experience.
Your wall-mount will be installed safely with minimal disruption to your property. At Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Bath all of our engineers are completely trained and qualified. Meaning we will always install your wall-mount at the prime angle.
Regardless of your needs we are here to meet them as our technicians specialise in a range of services. For instance, we offer home cinemas, Freeview, Freesat, Sky TV, Sky HD, Sky +, indoor aerials and aerial boosters. Our fitters are always more than happy to offer their expert advice. Therefore you don’t have to worry if you are unsure on which aerial and TV box to meet your requirements.
Why you should choose Paul Davies
Are you ready to book an appointment? Do you have some questions regarding our services? Please don’t hesitate to get in touch. We are always more than happy to help you out.
Give us a call on 01225 432 520.
History of Bath
Bath may have been the site of the Battle of Badon (c.500 AD ), in which King Arthur is said to have defeated the Anglo-Saxons. The town was captured by the West Saxons in 577 after the Battle of Deorham; the Anglo-Saxon poem The Ruin may describe the appearance of the Roman site about this time. A monastery was founded at an early date – reputedly by Saint David although more probably in 675 by Osric, King of the Hwicce, perhaps using the walled area as its precinct.
Nennius, a 9th-century historian, mentions a “Hot Lake” in the land of the Hwicce along the River Severn, and adds “It is surrounded by a wall, made of brick and stone, and men may go there to bathe at any time, and every man can have the kind of bath he likes. If he wants, it will be a cold bath; and if he wants a hot bath, it will be hot”. Bede described hot baths in the geographical introduction to the Ecclesiastical History in terms very similar to those of Nennius. King Offa of Mercia gained control of the monastery in 781 and rebuilt the church, which was dedicated to St. Peter.