Here is a classic example of how engineers cut corners when fitting TV Aerials.
As you can see from this video the bottom tv aerial is new and has been clamped to an existing old rusty mast, the weight and condition of the pole with a bit of bad weather has caused the pole to snap.
In this situation the engineer should have at least informed the customer of what condition it was in, but probably fitted and charged as a new installation.
Here is the completed job.
If you require any help with your faulty aerials or require some upgrades get in touch.
Ask for Andy or Bob www.tvaerials.biz
Here is one of our 2 room Digital TV Aerials fitted today.
As you can see in this instance we have fitted 2 separate Digital TV Aerials on a 6 foot mast and bracket, sometimes and usually at the engineers discretion it is better than using a splitter.
All new cables are fed down the gable end and fed into the building and sealed on the outside with silicone.
This was fitted on a wall bracket as no chimney on property.
If you want any advice on a Multiroom tv aerial setup don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Thanks Andy and Bob. www.tvaerials.biz/tv-aerials