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Welcome to TV aerials York,  If you have TV Aerial problems or need a satellite installation inquiries regarding a Sky, Sky HD, Freeview, Freesat or multi-room system, call our experienced team for polite and friendly advice today.

With over 20 years in the TV Aerial and Satellite System industry, we always make sure our installers carry a full range of indoor and outdoor Digital TV aerials at all times ensuring that all our repair and upgrade work is done quick & efficiently to give all our new and existing customers the best experience the company has to offer.

Furthermore, we also offer the latest in High Definition Home entertainment TV systems at a very competitive price that should be looked at more now that we have reached the ultimate year of HD viewing. Also available are the installation of CAT5 and CAT6 HD points for Smart TV installs so please have one of our engineers come give you a free no obligation quotation. Contact us by email or phone 24 hours a day at Aerials York.

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A satellite dish requires a clear line of sight. “Anything blocking the line of sight, such as trees or buildings, will block the signal,” says Phil. “To overcome a blocked signal, additional bracketry might be needed, which adds cost and time to the job.”

Spending some time finding a suitable route for the cable from the dish to the satellite receiver box yourself would prevent the aerial installation company from doing the same and billing for it. “It’s important to use the appropriate cable,” says Phil. “Ensure it doesn’t get kinked.”

TV wall mounting

There are three types of TV wall bracket. Extra features add cost. “The cheapest is the mount fixed bracket,” says Phil. “This one mounts your TV like a picture, flat on the wall. Mount tilt brackets are more expensive but allow you to tilt the TV from the top or bottom. Swing brackets are the most expensive. These ones allow you to pull the TV away from the wall, move the whole TV left and right and tilt the screen too.”

He advises "Planning ahead for your TV wall mounting is the key. “Some wall brackets can be mounted to any wall,” says Phil. “Swing brackets, however, can only be mounted safely onto solid construction walls."

Think about the cables you’ll need in advance. “You’ll need a TV power cable and perhaps aerial cable SCART leads or HDMI cables,” says Phil. Consider how you want to connect and conceal these cables and ask your aerial installer to help rather than calling out another trader at extra expense.

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