TV Aerial Installation Mansfield
Give us a call on 01623 702 540
At Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Mansfield we are the market-leading company in the area. Whatever your needs we are more than happy to help. As we are a local company we can provide you with a free call-out service.We also offer a 10% discount for all clients aged 65 or over at Paul Davies TV Aerial Installer Mansfield.
TV Aerial reception in Mansfield
It is common for TV reception to differ across different areas, your signal may even differ from your neighbours. Regardless of your location we promise to provide you with a fast, high-quality signal at Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Mansfield.
You may require an aerial in order to view Freeview, we can do this for you with ease. Tall trees and buildings can act as some of the main obstacles for your TV signal. Therefore, unlike our competitors we do not have any height restrictions. Thus allowing us to place your aerial in its prime position.
Our additional TV services
We offer a range of services as well as aerial and satellite installations. For example, we offer TV wall-mounting services for plasma and LCD TVs at Paul Davies TV Aerial Installer Mansfield. Our technicians will install your wall-mount at the prime angle, allowing you to enjoy your viewing experience.
At Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Mansfield our fitters are all fully trained and qualified. We promise to install your wall-mount safely with minimal disruption to your property.
Additionally, we offer a number of services. Including, home cinemas, Freeview, Freesat, Sky TV, Sky HD, Sky +, indoor aerials and aerial boosters. Meaning we can meet your needs regardless of what they are. If you are unsure on which aerial and TV box to go for, our experts can advise you.
Get in touch with us at Paul Davies
We are always more than happy to help you out, regardless of your needs. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Give us a call on 01623 702 540.
The Midland Railway extended its Rolleston Junction–Southwell branch to Mansfield in 1871, continued the line north to Worksop in 1875, opened a link from Mansfield Woodhouse to Westhouses and Blackwell in 1886, and completed another link from Pleasley through Bolsover to Barrow Hill in 1890. Mansfield became a rail centre of importance, but it was a Midland Railway centre. The Midland Railway monopoly was broken by a locally promoted Mansfield Railway between Kirkby South Junction and Clipstone Junctions opened in stages between 1913 and 1916 for goods trains and in 1917 for Nottingham–Ollerton passenger trains, calling at a second Mansfield passenger station.
Though nominally independent, the Mansfield Railway connected at both ends with the Great Central Railway, which worked the trains.
Thus Mansfield had two railway stations: Mansfield Town – the former Midland station on Station Road, near Belvedere Street – and Mansfield Central, the former Mansfield Railway station in Great Central Road, near Ratcliffe Gate. Central station lost its scheduled passenger services at the beginning of 1956 and Town station closed to passengers in 1964, leaving Mansfield without passenger trains until the Robin Hood line restored them in 1995.