Matt of Jim’s Antennas comes from the coastal town of Moana in the south of Adelaide, and when he’s working on a roof for safety reasons he always wants to know if it’s going to rain. Earth Networks, the suppliers of the WeatherBug antenna (see attached image), have more than 10,000 of these antennas fitted throughout neighborhoods which allow for real time weather conditions, local forecasts and critical warnings when, where and how people need them most.
Matt recently installed this WeatherBug at a home in Seaford Rise as the client had a fascination with meteorology. Matt says that the WeatherBug is an interesting product that can also detect in-cloud and cloud to ground lightning strikes, which is a key indicator for severe weather and can be used to generate advanced alerts.
So for more than just TV antennas be sure to call in the experts at Jim’s Antennas on 131546 and visit our website at jimsantennas.com.au.
Brett from Jim’s Antennas Mickleham recently assisted in the renovations of Fairfield’s much loved Grandview Hotel. To update the pub’s interior, the owners decided to move the bistro and the TAB from one end of the building to the other. This required the moving of 24 TVs and video screens, 21 runs of coaxial cables […]
Tony from Jim’s Antennas Nairne in the Adelaide Hills can tackle any job no matter how big or small. Tony recently received a call from a client who no longer has a need for his ham radio tower, which stands an impressive 15 meters or 55 foot in the old measurement. The client installed it […]
Duane from Jim’s Antennas Hope Valley & Adelaide City recently installed an antenna for a couple in Bowhill, South Australia. Duane’s clients had been suffering through terrible reception, and initially did not believe that it would be possible to improve their signal due to the location of their home. However, Duane was able to improve […]
Do you feel safe in your house ? Jim’s Antennas South Melbourne solved this problem for a customer in Elwood. The Doss IP camera system from Radio Parts Group was installed. It included 6 IP cameras around the house covering every outside area, and cables all concealed in wall cavities to the DVR System in the hallway cupboard. The […]