Colin of Jim’s Antennas Maroochydore on the Sunshine Coast recently received a call out for a client complaining of poor TV reception. Upon attendance Colin noticed that a bird’s nest was sitting on the antenna, complete with 4 eggs. The nest had damaged the antenna beyond repair and it needed to be replaced.
Colin provided the client with several options, the best of which was to install a new digital antenna next to the existing antenna so that the client’s TV reception could be restored.
Colin installed the new TV antenna and a further agreement was then made for all involved to wait for the eggs to hatch and the birds fly to coup before he would return and take down the old antenna. For all your TV reception and antenna needs please contact 131546 for your no obligation free quote.
Are you getting ready to enjoy the first footy game of the season on the HD WIN Digital channels?? As you might know the WIN Network is the largest private regional TV network in the world. WIN is also the largest commercial network within Australia, with a reach of more than 9 million viewers. The […]
A Jim’s Antennas Woodville customer required a discreet antenna installation for his new modern home that wouldn’t be seen from the street or their family room. The customer was very happy with the final result. Call Jim’s Antennas today to discuss your requirements on 131 546 or book online 24/7
Winter is a perfect time to get your outdoor entertainment area set up and organized for those hot and barmy Summer nights to come. Aaron from Jim’s Antennas Montrose has been keeping busy this winter installing a range of different options at his customers premises from wall mounting TV’s, installing speakers and even having Foxtel […]
Jim’s Antennas Byford recently attended a local property in Byford. Their 4G internet reception for the Optus modem in their tin shed was sketchy at best. Chris from Jim’s Antennas was able to fit and install an omnidirectional MIMO 4G antenna. This fixed his dropout rates overnight by extending the range and boosting the signal […]