We are TV Aerial Installation Cambridge
Call us on 01223 827 054
At Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Cambridge we provide an array of services. As well as aerial and satellite installations, we offer upgrade and repair services. Therefore, whatever your needs we guarantee to meet them.
All our technicians are completely trained and qualified, able to use their expertise in any situation. As we are a local company we offer same day or next day service at Paul Davies TV Aerial Installer Cambridge.
We also offer a free call-out service and free quotes. Additionally all clients aged 65 or over will receive a 10% discount.
All services at Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Cambridge are tailored to suit your specific needs.
Do you have issues with your current aerial?
At Paul Davies TV Aerial Installer Cambridge our number one aim is always customer satisfaction. Which is why we only use the latest equipment. We are more than happy to help if you have any issues with your existing aerial.
There are a variety of things which can impact your aerial, which may result in you needing a repair or replacement service. We understand how frustrating it is when your TV isn’t working, as it’s your daily provider of sports, entertainment etc. Which is why we provide a quick turnaround. Choose Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Cambridge for a hassle free installation.
Our certified fitters can assess your property and provide you with the ideal solution. We have no height restrictions unlike our competitors. Therefore we can always install your aerial in its prime position. Providing you with the best possible viewing experience.
How much do Digital TV Aerials cost to fit in Cambridge?
When installing an aerial there are a number of internal and external factors which must be considered. For instance, your location, your provider, the type of aerial, how many TV aerial sockets are required etc. As there are so many factors, we do not have a set price list or offer quotes over the phone.
Instead, we provide a free call-out service with one of our technicians. Providing you with an honest and accurate quote. For the best prices in the area choose Paul Davies. If any other professional company provides you with a written quote, we promise to beat it.
Get in touch with Paul Davies
Regardless of your needs we are always more than happy to help. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.
You can give us a call on 01223 827 054.
From the 1930s to the 1980s, the size of the city was increased by several large council estates.The biggest impact has been on the area north of the river, which are now the estates of East Chesterton, King’s Hedges, and Arbury where Archbishop Rowan Williams lived and worked as an assistant priest in the early 1980s.
During the Second World War, Cambridge was an important centre for defence of the east coast. The town became a military centre, with an R.A.F. training centre and the regional headquarters for Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, Hertfordshire, and Bedfordshire established during the conflict. The town itself escaped relatively lightly from German bombing raids, which were mainly targeted at the railway. 29 people were killed and no historic buildings were damaged. In 1944, a secret meeting of military leaders held in Trinity College laid the foundation for the allied invasion of Europe. During the war Cambridge served as an evacuation centre for over 7,000 people from London, as well as for parts of the University of London.