Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Galashiels
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We are TV aerial installation and repair specialists with over 20 years of experience, providing high-quality services.
No matter if your issue is with a Satellite TV connection, a traditional TV Aerial connection or something else – our team of experts are experienced enough to have seen it all before. We recognise the importance of high-quality, dependable television in today’s home, so we work swiftly, effectively, and professionally to ensure you receive the finest service at the greatest price.
Our local engineers are prepared with the most recent diagnostic instruments as well as a variety of spare components that may be required to complete the task. This will allow them to complete the service without having to return to your home a second time.
Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Galashiels Services Include:
- Only Local Engineers, from your area
- New TV Aerial Installation
- Existing TV Aerial Repairs
- TV Aerial Servicing
- TV Aerial Relocation
- Freeview TV Aerial Supply and Installation
- You only Pay for work done!
- All work is guaranteed
- First Class After-Sales Support
Why Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Galashiels Services Are The Best
- Local and experienced – We have over 20 years of experience in the industry and employ highly trained engineers to provide the best service.
- Equipped – As the industry has evolved, so have we. We ensure that our engineers carry the latest tools and parts the industry has to offer.
- No call-out fees – Our quotes and information on how we can help you are free!
- Customer Support – Your experience is our top priority.
About 12,600 people are living in the Scottish Borders town of Galashiels. Its name is frequently abbreviated to “Gala”. The town has a long history in the textile industry and serves as a key commercial hub for the Borders area. The School of Textiles and Design at Heriot-Watt University is situated in Galashiels.
“Sae Fair Her Hair” and “Braw Lads,” two poems by Robert Burns, were written around Galashiels. Some residents of the community perform the latter song each year at the Braw Lads Gathering. Abbotsford, the residence of Sir Walter Scott, was constructed directly over the Tweed River from Galashiels. Galashiels lies on the Sir Walter Scott Way, a long-distance route that connects Moffat and Cockburnspath.
Some Galashiels residents have a friendly rivalry with residents of other border towns, especially Hawick, which is the next-largest town in the Scottish Borders. The population of Galashiels are sometimes referred to as “pail merks” by their rivals, the “Series,” who claim that this is because their town was the last to be connected to the mains water supply and as a result, they are unclean Hawick.
The creator of the well-known Scottish ballad “Coulters Candy” was born in Galashiels. Robert Coltart produced confections at Melrose, which is close by, in addition to weaving in the town. The song was written for advertising, therefore when it was broadcast on the BBC, it was renamed “Sugar Candy.”