Welcome to Paul Davies Aerial Installation Burnley
At Paul davies TV Aerial Installation Burnley we are a local, family run business. We offer our services across the whole of Burnley and surrounding areas. Due to being local, we have an excellent knowledge of the area.
We are more than happy to help at Paul Davies TV Aerial Installer Burnley to help with any issues you are having with your existing aerials. For instance, we have a variety of TV boxes available to meet your needs. We can install Freeview if you require a basic box. However, if you are looking for on demand and internet access then we can provide you with BT Vision.
At Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Burnley we are specialists in providing a number of TV points. Meaning you can transfer streamed services, Sky, Freeview etc into whatever room you require.
Alongside aerial and satellite installations, at Paul Davies TV Aerial Installer Burnley we offer a variety of services. Including our TV wall-mount service for all plasma and LCD TVs. We provide a range of installations from a basic wall-mount to a high end custom installation. Regardless of your needs we are fully equipped to meet them.
We also have a range of brackets from flush to tilt and swing. For the best possible viewing experience we guarantee to install you wall-mount at the prime angle.
Maintenance, repair and replacement
If you are having problems with your current aerial at Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Burnley we are here to help. You may be suffering from a range of issues – pixelation, blue screen, audio or picture loss. However, there’s no need to worry. We can easily assess your property and provide you with the ideal solution.
All our prospective clients will receive a free call-out service and quote. We offer the best prices in the area. If you have received a written quote from another professional company then we guarantee to beat it. We also provide all over 65s with a 10% discount
Why you should choose Paul Davies
At Paul Davies we have a 100% customer satisfaction rate. Our engineers attend training programmes on the regular to ensure the skills and knowledge are up to date. Thus allowing us to exceed industry standards.
Whatever your needs we are here to offer the ideal solution. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch, we are always more than happy to help.
You can give us a call on 01282503042.
In 1980 Burnley was connected to the motorway network, through the construction of the first and second sections of the M65. Although the route, next to the railway and over the former Clifton colliery site, was chosen to minimise the clearance of occupied land, Yatefield, Olive Mount and Whittlefield Mills, Burnley Barracks, and several hundred more terrace houses had to be demolished.
Unusually this route passed close to the town centre and had a partitioning effect on the districts of Gannow, Ightenhill, Whittlefield, Rose Grove and Lowerhouse to the north. The 1980s and 1990s saw massive expansion of Ightenhill and Whittlefield. Developers such as Bovis, Barratt and Wainhomes built large housing estates, predominantly on greenfield land.
In summer 1992, the town came to national attention following rioting on the Stoops and Hargher Clough council estates in the south west of the town.
The millennium brought some improvement projects, notably the “Forest of Burnley” scheme, which planted approximately a million trees throughout the town and its outskirts, and the creation of the Lowerhouse Lodges local nature reserve.
In June 2001, during the 2001 England riots, the town again received national attention following a series of violent disturbances arising from racial tensions between some of its White and Asian residents.