When disaster strikes In Bideford or Barnstaple, Exeter or Exmouth, North Devon or East Devon we respond promptly and repair aerial systems that have been blown over in a gale, or replace equipment damaged as a result of a lightning strike, power surge or even flood.
We always assess an installation to see if improvements can be made to improve TV signal ,reduce the possibility of a recurrence and if necessary liaise with insurance companies.
When new homes are constructed they often have TV sockets fitted in some rooms, but there is rarely an aerial installed. Let us know your completion date, and we will ensure an aerial is installed and your TV system is up and running from day one in your new home.
You may already have a small in-home aerial system and need an improvement to TV reception ,maybe the installation of an extra point , or you may have a holiday park that needs 10 new units connected to your existing Aerial system. This is the kind of work that Ley's Aerials carry out. "No Problem!"
All of our aerial systems are designed to work with the new Freeview digital service, including FreeviewHD. We can also upgrade your existing aerial systems too.
We also supply a range of top quality digital set top boxes and personal video recorders (PVR).
We install, service and maintain TV and aerial equipment for:
- Residential Homes
- Holiday Homes
- Property Letting Agencies
- Caravan Parks
- Sheltered Housing Schemes
Whether you need a simple 4 point system or a huge 400 point system we have the expertise to meet your needs.
Yes we can provide you with Satellite TV!
We supply and fit FreeSat, which enables you to receive all the current and new ITV and BBC channels where they are not available through a standard aerial system.
We can also fit dishes and cabling in 'special' locations where there are concerns over listed buildings, or difficulties with access.
There are also systems available to receive TV services from other satellites, including Astra 1 and Hotbird that can give a large range of foreign language stations.