TV Aerial Installation Smethwick
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At Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Smethwick we are the market-leading company in the area. Regardless of your aerial needs, we are here to offer our help and assistance.
All our engineers are local to the area at Paul Davies TV Aerial Installer Smethwick, allowing us to provide a free call-out service. We also offer free quotes to all prospective clients.
TV Aerial reception Smethwick
It is normal for TV Aerial reception to differ in different areas, your signal may even differ to your next door neighbours. For fast, high quality TV signal choose Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Smethwick.
At Paul Davies TV Aerial Installer Smethwick we promise to provide you with top-quality signals regardless of where you are. Some of the main obstacles for TV reception are tall trees and buildings surrounding your property. Therefore we do not have any height restrictions, unlike our competitors. Thus allowing us to install your aerial in the prime position for your viewing experience.
Paul Davies offer a range of services
We provide a variety of services at Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Smethwick as well as aerial and satellite installations. For instance, we offer a wall-mounting service for LCD and Plasma TVs. Our engineers will install your wall-mount in the prime angle for your viewing enjoyment. We promise to complete your installation with minimal disruption to your property
Alongside this, we offer freeview, SkyHD Sky TV, Sky+, indoor aerials, aerial boosters and home cinemas. Meaning we can help you out regardless of your needs. Our certified contractors can advise you on the best aerial/ TV box etc to meet your requirements.
Get in touch with Paul Davies
Whatever your aerial needs, we are here to help. Whether you are ready to book an appointment or you require further information please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
The oldest surviving building in Smethwick is the Old Church which stands on the corner of Church Road and the Uplands. This was consecrated in 1732 as a Chapel of Ease in the parish of St Peter, Harborne. The building was originally known as “Parkes’ Chapel” in honour of Mistress Dorothy Parkes who bequeathed the money for the church and also for a local school. The chapel was later known as the “Old Chapel”, and the public house next to it is still called this. In the church there are several fine memorials, including one to Dorothy Parkes.