Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Peterborough
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If you require a TV Aerial Installation in or around Peterborough, then Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Peterborough is the company for you. We are the market-leading company in the aerial and satellite industry and have over 12 years of trade behind us.
Installations by Paul Davies are fully guaranteed against faulty parts & craftmanship. In saying this, our aerials will give long-lasting service before it needs to be replaced. We specialise in Aerial installation and repair. Therefore, If your digital TV picture is breaking up, freezing or completely gone, Paul Davies TV installer Peterborough can help.
TV Aerial Installation services
Paul Davies TV Installer Peterborough provide a wide range of services including;
• Cable replacement
• Extra aerial points
• Remounting aerials and dishes
• Relocation of dishes
• Dish and aerial repairs
• TV setups as well as new aerial installation
• Foreign Satellite installation
• Smart tv and fire stick setups
• Local experienced engineers
• Multiroom Installations
• Same-day installations
• Freesat & Sky HD set up and installation
• 1-year warranty
• No obligation quote on-site
• Best prices in Peterborough
Sky & FreeSat Dish Installation
If you are not satisfied with the number of programmes on your TV, you may have chosen to purchase satellite TV for your home. In this case, Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Peterborough is ready to fit and install it for you.
Our skilled installers have years of experience fitting SKY and Freesat Dishes quickly and to perfection. Secondly, will always recommend the best Dish for your location and situation.
At Paul Davies TV Installation Peterborough, we can repair and replace existing SKY and Freesat installations. Replacing rusted Dishes, leaking cables, damaged parts, etc are all part of the service our Sky & Freesat dish repair engineers can assist you with.
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Areas Covered by Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Peterborough
Alwalton, Barnack, Barnwell, Castor, Chesterton, Coates, Crowland, Deeping St James, Deeping St Nicholas, Deeping St Nicholas, Elton, Fotheringhay, Glatton, Glinton, Helpston, Holme, Kings Cliffe, Longthorpe, Luddington-in-the-Brook, Maxey, Nassington, Newborough, Northborough, Orton Longueville, Orton Waterville, Peakirk, Polebrook, Sawtry, Stamford, Stanground, Stibbington & Wansford, Stilton, Sutton, Tansor, The Giddings, Thorney, Thornhaugh, Uffington, Warmington, Water Newton, Werrington, Wittering, Yaxley.
Early History of Peterborough
Present-day Peterborough is the latest in a series of settlements which have at one time or other benefited from its site where the Nene leaves large areas of permanently drained land for the fens. Remains of Bronze Age settlement and what is thought to be religious activity can be seen at the Flag Fen archaeological site to the east of the city centre. The Romans established a fortified garrison town at Durobrivae on Ermine Street, five miles to the west in Water Newton, around the middle of the 1st century AD. Durobrivae’s earliest appearance among surviving records is in the Antonine Itinerary of the late 2nd century. There was also a large 1st century Roman fort at Longthorpe, designed to house half a legion or about 3,000 soldiers; it may have been established as early as around AD 44–48. Peterborough was an important area of ceramic production in the Roman period, providing Nene Valley Ware that was traded as far away as Cornwall and the Antonine Wall, Caledonia.