Welcome to TV Aerial Installation Bury
At Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Bury we provide a range of services. For example, we offer aerial and satellite installations, aerial boosters, TV wall-mounting, Sky, Freeview and Freesat. Thanks to our vast amount of experience we are Bury’s market-leading company.
Our technicians can install the most complex of installation due to having over 12 years of industry experience. We provide our services to both commercial and domestic properties at Paul Davies TV Aerial Installer Bury.
As we are a local company we can provide same day or next day service as well as a free call-out service. At Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Bury our services come with a free warranty guarantee and all our technicians are RDI registered. Additionally we provide all clients aged 65 or over with a 10% discount.
At Paul Davies TV Aerial Installer Bury we can provide you with access to streaming services and TV players. By linking your TV box to your broadband router we can provide you with on demand and internet access.
If you require a YouVIew/Humax/BT box update in order to view Prime Video then we can help you out. We can provide you with access to a range of streaming services at Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Bury. Including Disney Plus UK, HBO Now and Apple TV.
At Paul Davies TV Aerial Installer Bury we also specialise in providing a number of TV points. Meaning you can transfer Sky, Freeview etc into whatever room you wish. We have a great knowledge and experience in installing extra aerial points, BT Vision, and Sky TV boxes.
Why should you choose Paul Davies Aerials?
Staying up to date with the digital age is something we take pride in. Therefore we only use the most advanced technology and digital equipment. Our fitters attend training programmes regularly thus ensuring their skills and knowledge are up to date. Allowing us to exceed industry standards and maintain our 100% customer satisfaction rate.
Whatever your needs we are more than happy to help. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.
Give us a call on 0161 870 0622.
Probate evidence from the 17th century and the remains of 18th century weavers’ cottages in Elton, on the west side of Bury, indicate that domestic textile production was an important factor in the local economy at a time when Bury’s textile industry was dominated by woollens, and based upon the domestic production of yarn and cloth, as well as water-powered fulling mills.
Development was swift in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. The establishment in 1773 by the family of Sir Robert Peel of Brooksbottom Mill in Summerseat, north of the town, as a calico printing works marked the beginning of the cotton industry in Bury. By the early 19th century, cotton was the predominant textile industry, with the Rivers Roch and Irwell providing power for spinning mills and processing water for the finishing trades. Development was further promoted when the town was linked to the national canal network by the Manchester, Bolton & Bury Canal, fully opened in 1808.
The canal was provided with water from Elton Reservoir, fed by aqueducts from a weir on the Irwell, north of what is now the Burrs Country Park. The Burrs is also the site of another mill developed by the Peel family, first founded in 1790. The remains are displayed for the public. There were seven cotton mills in Bury by 1818 and the population grew from 9,152 in 1801, to 20,710 in 1841, and then to 58,029 in 1901.