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TV Aerial Installation Brentwood

Give us a call on 01277 287 245

At Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Brentwood we can offer the most complex of installations as we use the latest technology.  We offer a top-quality service as we pride ourselves on staying up to date with the digital age. 

All our services are available to both domestic and commercial properties in the area. If you’ve been looking for a quick, hassle free installation then Paul Davies TV Aerial Installer Brentwood is the company for you.

Our services

At Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Brentwood  we offer maintenance, repair and replacements alongside aerial and satellite installations.  A number of factors may be impacting your aerial and giving you poor reception. Regardless of your issues, TV Aerial Installer Brentwood is here to help.

Our trained engineers can assess your property easily as we offer a free call-out service.Unlike our competitors we do not have any height restrictions. Meaning we can instal your aerial in the prime position. Therefore ensuring you have the best possible viewing experience.

Keep up to date with technology

We tailor all of our services specifically to you at Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Brentwood. The latest digital equipment combined with our expertise allows us to provide the number one service in the area. Guaranteed to meet your requirements.

Regardless of your needs, our professional technicians can discuss your requirements and advise you on the best solution.

Get in touch with Paul Davies

We are always more than happy to help at Paul Davies. Whatever your needs, we promise to meet them. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch. 

Give us a call on 01277 287 245.

About Brentwood

The town is increasingly suburban, but it does have a very rural feel, with trees, fields and open spaces all around the town; Shenfield Common is also less than one mile from town centre shops.

Brentwood’s high street has also been subject to major redevelopment works costing between £3 million and £7 million. This included the demolition of the Sir Charles Napier pub to build an additional lane to improve traffic flow at the west end of the high street, and re-laying the pavements and road surface in the high street itself.