How Much a TV Aerial Installation Actually Costs, 10 Things That Will Affect Your TV Aerial Installation Price & Survey of Quoted Prices

Man installing TV aerial
Man installing TV aerial
EASTBOURNE, England - Nov. 27, 2017 - PRLog -- You no longer have to be a TV aerial installation expert to be able to confidently be able to compare aerial installation quotes. An experienced engineer of over 10 years and an installer of some of the largest TV systems in the South East of England, UK has identified over 10 points which can affect the cost of your TV aerial installation.

Aerial installation quotes can differ from company to company with many costing companies charging double of what another company will charge. It's important to know that there are many things which can affect the cost of a TV aerial installation such as quality of parts and components that are installed, the signal area that you live in, company structures and many more within the article you will be able to see for yourself whether the price you have been quoted is value for money or not.

The writer of the article, Tom Smart of Aerials said that often getting asked by members of the public what the difference was between TV aerials and why these varied so much between quotes was the inspiration for the article.

Tom says, "I am delighted to provide anyone who is interested in replacing their TV aerial or install a new one with the information they need to see whether the aerial is value for money or not and help people make an informed decision."

On a previous episode of BBC's Rogue Traders, a TV programme which investigates companies that have been reported numerous times to the BBC. A TV aerial installation company quoted a price of £39 to investigate a TV aerial fault. During the TV programme the customer went on to be charged over £300 and there were any more incidents like this on the same TV programme.

To read the article in full for yourself. Please visit the Smart Aerials website following the link below.

About The Author

Tom Smart is an experienced engineer of aerial and satellite TV system and has completed work for the NHS, local authorities and numerous property developers across the South East. Tom also provides valuable information about aerial and satellite TV system through his blogs which receive over 10,000 views each month and through his YouTube channel.


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