Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Sale
Call us today on 0161 669 6782
Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Sale offers specialist TV aerial instalments, replacements, and repairs across the Sale region. We make it easy for you to get your TV aerial set up, ready to go and deliver a quality signal, that won’t disappoint. Getting an aerial connected, mounted and restored can be a bit of a chore. Hence we operate all around the clock, seven days a week to deliver a much more comfortable, more relaxed and quick procedure to assist you in getting the signal you need.
Our wholly trained local technicians are skilled sufficiently and can embark on difficult jobs, while always delivering an outstanding result. We provide a same-day digital TV aerial and satellite dish systems and repair service, and work hard to guarantee our customers are delighted with every part of our work – however big or small the job.
As an independent Sky installer in the Sale, we can assist with all your satellite installation and TV aerial repair needs. Paul Davies TV Aerial Installer Sale can further assist with simple maintenance work such as a replacement LNB, satellite dish realignment or a new cable run to your Sky HD box. We are incredibly confident we can assist with the installation and repair of motorised satellite dishes, Hotbird installations for foreign language TV or complex Sky multi-room setups.
Areas We are Covering
Satellite TV, Aerials, Oldham | Satellite TV, Aerials, Stockport | Satellite TV, Aerials, Bolton | Satellite TV, Aerials, Bury | Satellite TV, Aerials, Rochdale | Satellite TV, Aerials, Salford | Satellite TV, Aerials, Warrington | Satellite TV, Aerials, Wigan | Satellite TV, Aerials, Altrincham | Satellite TV, Aerials, Tameside | Satellite TV, Aerials, Wilmslow | Satellite TV, Aerials, Sale | Satellite TV, Aerials, Swinton
TV Aerial Services & Installations, Satellite Dish Repairs, Freesat Supply and Install, DAB Radio Aerials, TV Wall Mounting, Digital TV Aerial Upgrade, TV Aerial Repairs, Satellite TV Installation, Satellite Dish Realignments, Freeview Supply and Install, Multi-Room Installation, Extra Points, and Communal Aerial Systems.
Our Pledge To You
All Installation systems are protected with insurance; all our engineers are skilled & trained to the top specifications; all work comes with a year guarantee and warranty. – 100% Customer Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Digital Satellite Installations & Repairs In Sale
You name the TV aerial problem, and we can fix it, from new satellite equipment, Hot bird repair and foreign language satellite or motorised dish requirements. Our trained engineers can be with you within an hour of your call. Additionally, they can advise you on the free-to-air service from Freesat and the subscription offerings of Sky. Above all, we are here to explain the differences between them to help you to make the decision that suits you best. Finally, any job that Sky or other TV Aerial Installer companies turn away, we can do. With our expert teams being certified to work at heights along with the county’s premier commercial installation team, any job we can tackle.
Call us today on 0161 669 6782.
Sale is situated in the Mersey Valley and this area was used as a route to the Pennines from prehistoric times. The whole of Sale lies less than 30m (100ft) above sea level just on the edge of the valley. Prehistoric man first came to the area more than 6000 years ago. They preferred to live on high ground in hill forts and the only prehistoric find so far in Sale is a flint arrow head discovered in the garden in Holly Bank (off Derbyshire Rd) in 1894.
Landmarks in Sale
Sale has three Grade II* listed buildings – two churches (St. Martin and St. John the Divine) and Ashton New Hall – and eighteen Grade II listed buildings. The cenotaph outside the town hall was designed by Ashton upon Mersey sculptor Arthur Sherwood Edwards and is a Grade II listed building. It commemorates the 400 men from Sale who died in the First World War and the 300 who died in the Second World War. The memorial consists of a statue of a mourning Saint George on top of a granite pedestal. Costing £600 (£34 thousand as of 2020), it was funded by public subscription and unveiled in May 1925 in front of a crowd of 10,000.