Darlington Aerial Installation, Our coverage extends as far and wide as Newton Aycliffe, Darlington, Barnard Castle, Northallerton, Bishop Auckland, Middlesbrough.
Analogue TV is a thing of the past, it's important that you upgrade your television equipment to ensure you are able to receive a digital TV signal known as Freeview. As most aerials are not designed to pick up digital Freeview, it can be very hard to get all if not any of the freeview stations, this means you would have to consider either an digital aerial(known as a High Gain Digital Wideband Aerial) upgrade or a freesat Dish installation. We can help, We aim to get the best signal possible for your home, if you need any more information please contact us.
Darlington Aerial Installation team are Registered Digital Installers Licensing Body (RDI-LB) approved. RDI-LB are accredited with the widely recognised Digital Switchover Certification mark and we have proven our ability to give good advice and work to the standards that the RDI-LB expect.
We have installed aerials in both domestic and commercial settings.
Beware Cowboy Installers With the Digital Switchover fast approaching, we feel it is necessary to warn people about the ever increasing amount of cowboys that are coming into the trade in order to earn a few quid without having any formal qualifications, training or worthwhile experience in the trade. Below is a guideline of what you, the paying public can do, To not only protect yourselves from these cowboys, but everyone else you know Darlington Digital Aerial who could be vulnerable All reputable Aerial and Satellite Installers will be full members of either the RDI or the CAI. Members of both organisations always carry ID cards which can be verified by contacting both the RDI and the CAI. (See the phone Darlington Satellite Installationnumbers below) Our advice to everyone having Aerial and Satellite work done on their homes is to insist on seeing these ID cards, and then contacting either the RDI or the CAI in order to ensure that your Aerial or Satellite works is being conducted in a professional manner by a Professional. Both RDI and CAI members have public Liability Insurance of a minimum £2,000,000 in the event that should an accident happen, they are covered. Under no circumstances should people accept non CAI or RDI Identification cards unless they are happy to have work carried out on their property by someone who in most cases will not be qualified. Just because the person at your door may be installing on behalf of a big company or a local Authority, there are no guarantees that they are qualified to do the job. With different Transmitters in and around the area, it is even more vital that people use their Local installers as they know the area and the transmitter that you should be lined up on.