steel mast like wise can and will rust and have a much shorter life than the equivalent alloy mast
obviously steel will rust,and run in the rain but if you galvanize the steel the this can be slowed down.
painted brackets will rust and form rust streaks
cant beat trees to give a relaxing atmosphere to any location,but they do mes up a lot of reception for people.
A good rule is when you are having problems when it is windy make sure trees aren't blowing into your aerials line of sight,we can easily check this for you
Scart leads have a nasty habit of coming loose and causing you problems like losing sound or picture so if you are suffering fom these two problems then check your scart plugs are in properly
We are increasingly seeing people digital break as normal,a digital should not break up and this makes watching your a programme annoying and downright frustrating.
Picture break up can be caused by many things and it doesnt always mean a new aerial
sky as come along way since its appearance in the early nineties but it still pumps out a lot of trashy mat
The saying if it aint broke dont fix it,doesnt apply to a tvaerial it can be working fine but if its brackets are weakened by corrosion then it will break and end up on the ground
For an hd signal to work then only an hdmi signal will work.
HDMI can be distributed quite adequately so contact us for advice
if the back of your tv resembles a cable factory and you havent a clue about any of it then we can help
hnn raining and your tv picture breaking up?
well rain if it is really heavy can absorb signal but this is rare,if it is raining and your picture is dropping out this usually means water is getting in to a connection ire cable or the main box
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