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TV Aerial Installation Colchester

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We specialise in a range of services at Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Colchester. For example, indoor aerials, aerial and satellite installations, home cinemas, and TV wall-mounting. Our vast amount of experience combined with being a local business has allowed us to become the market-leading company in the area. 

Thanks to their vast amount of experience our technicians can install the most complex of aerials.  We offer our services at Paul Davies TV Aerial Installer Colchester to both domestic and commercial properties. 

Due to being a local company we are able to offer a free call-out service as well as same day or next day service. Our services at Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Colchester come with a free warranty guarantee. 

Additional services

We can provide you with access to TV players and streamed services at Paul Davies TV Aerial Installer Colchester. For example we can link your TV box to your broadband router and provide internet and on-demand access. 

If your aerial requires an upgrade in order to view Prime/BT/YouView/Humax we can do this for you easily at TV Aerial Installation Colchester. Meaning we can provide you with access to a number of streaming services. For instance Apple TV, Disney Plus UK and HBO Now. 

At Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Colchester we are also specialists in providing a number of TV Aerial points. Therefore allowing you to transfer Sky TV or Freeview into any room you wish.

Why should you choose Paul Davies? 

We pride ourselves on staying up to date with the digital age by only using the latest technology and digital equipment. Our fitters attend training programmes on the regular to ensure their skills and knowledge are up to date.  Thus allowing us to continue to exceed industry standards. 

Regardless of your needs, we guarantee to meet them. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. 

Give us a call on 01206 581 865.

Colchester History

There is evidence of hasty re-organisation of Colchester’s defences around 268–82 AD, followed later, during the fourth century, by the blocking of the Balkerne Gate.John Morris (1913 – June 1977) an English historian who specialised in the study of the institutions of the Roman Empire and the history of Sub-Roman Britain, suggested in his book “The Age of Arthur” (1973) that as the descendants of Romanised Britons looked back to a golden age of peace and prosperity under Rome, the name “Camelot” of Arthurian legend was probably a reference to Camulodunum, the capital of Britannia in Roman times.

The archaeologist Sir Mortimer Wheeler was the first to propose that the lack of early Anglo-Saxon finds in a triangle between London, Colchester and St Albans could indicate a ‘sub-Roman triangle’ where British rule continued after the arrival of the Anglo-Saxons. Since then excavations have revealed some early Saxon occupation, including a fifth-century wooden hut built on the ruins of a Roman house in present-day Lion Walk. Archaeological excavations have shown that public buildings were abandoned, and is very doubtful whether Colchester survived as a settlement with any urban characteristics after the sixth century.