Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Gravesend
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At Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Gravesend we only use the latest technology. Allowing us to install the most complex of systems. We pride ourselves on providing top-quality service and staying up to date with the digital age.
Our services are provided to both domestic and commercial properties in and around the area. Choose Paul Davies TV Aerial Installer Gravesend are receive a quick, hassle-free installation. We guarantee to provide you with a mess-free, timely and friendly service.
Our other Aerial services
As well as aerial and satellite installations at Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Gravesend offers a variety of services. Including maintenance, repair and replacement services. There are several factors which may impact your TV signal. However, whatever the issue at Paul Davies TV Aerial Installer Gravesend we can provide you with the perfect solution.
We provide a free call-out service with one of our engineers to evaluate your home. Your TV aerial must be put in the optimal location to give you with the greatest possible signal. As a result, unlike our rivals, we have no height constraints. We are the most dependable and well-known aerial company in the area because of our excellent service.
We offer a range of TV boxes
All our services at Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Gravesend are tailored to suit your specific needs. Our top priority is always customer happiness. By combining cutting-edge technology with our extensive knowledge, we can provide the best service in the area.
Regardless of your existing provider, we can simply offer you BT Vision, Freesat, Freeview, or Sky. Whatever your requirements are, we guarantee that we can satisfy them. For example, if you need a simple setup, we can give you Freeview.
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Regardless of your needs, we are always more than happy to help. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.
On the south bank of the River Thames and across from Tilbury in Essex, Gravesend is a town in northwest Kent, England. It is about 21 miles (35 km) east-southeast of Charing Cross (central London). Located in the diocese of Rochester, it is the administrative centre of the Borough of Gravesham.
Travelling by vehicle to Gravesend was historically dangerous since the major London-Dover route passed via Blackheath, which was infamous for its highwaymen. Gravesend served as a “stage” for stagecoaches travelling from London to Canterbury, Dover, and Faversham, as well as those travelling north from Tonbridge. In 1840, there were 17 coaches each day that picked up and dropped off people and changed horses. There were two coaching inns on what is now Old Road East: the Prince of Orange and Lord Nelson. Post coaches had been plying the route for at least two centuries: Samuel Pepys records having stopped off at Gravesend in 1650 en route to the Royal Dockyards at Chatham.