Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Blackburn
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We are TV aerial installation and repair specialists with over 20 years of experience, providing high-quality services.
If you are experiencing issues with your satellite TV signal, aerial connection, or need help with installation, our local team of engineers is equipped and experienced to meet any situation or viewing requirement. Our employees work quickly, efficiently and professionally to provide a high-quality service at the lowest price possible.
Our local engineers will visit your property promptly and equipped with cutting-edge diagnostic tools and any replacement parts necessary. Afraid you may be missing parts? Not to worry, our engineers carry any parts or tools necessary to prevent multiple visits to your property. All parts are provided at the best price.
Our TV Aerial Services Include;
- Only Local Engineers, from your area
- New TV Aerial Installation
- Existing TV Aerial Repairs
- TV Aerial Servicing
- TV Aerial Relocation
- Freeview TV Aerial Supply and Installation
- You only Pay for work done!
- All work is guaranteed
- First Class After-Sales Support
The Best Digital Aerial Services in Blackburn
- Local and experienced engineers – We have many years of experience and have evolved as the TV Aerial industry has evolved. We are proud to be on the cutting edge of our industry.
- Knowledgeable – We have grown up with our industry, so as new equipment and technology have been released, we have swotted up to ensure we always stay at the top of our game!
- No call-out fee – It costs you nothing to find out if we can help, so there is no risk and no upfront cost!
- Customer Support – We are not sales driven, we are customer service driven. You having the best experience is our top priority!
History of Blackburn
Lancashire was an impoverished area with few settlements throughout the Middle Ages. Blackburn was simply a hamlet at the time. Blackburn, on the other hand, evolved into a minor market town in the 16th century. There were weekly markets as well as yearly fairs (in those days fairs were like markets but they were held only once a year and people came from all over Lancashire to attend a Blackburn fair). Blackburn also has had a grammar school since 1514. Then, beginning in the late 18th century, with the Industrial Revolution and the expansion of the cotton industry, Blackburn exploded. Blackburn had a population of roughly 11,000 at the time of the first census in 1801. In Blackburn, the 1930s were years of enormous unemployment, with many mills closing permanently. Despite this, cotton remained a significant business in the town between the wars. Meanwhile, numerous council dwellings were erected in Blackburn, and the town’s facilities were upgraded. In 1926, Blackburn was elevated to the status of the diocese, and the Church of St Mary was elevated to the status of cathedral.