Matt from Jim’s Antennas Moana lives in McLaren Vale in Adelaide’s Fleurieu Peninsula and he loves nothing more than relaxing in his backyard after a productive day at work.
However, as most antenna technicians will relate to, Matt cannot stand to look at an old outdated analogue antenna when he knows full well that an upgrade to a digital TV antenna will ensure far superior TV reception. In the attached image, which was taken by Matt from his backyard, his neighbor clearly had an old analogue antenna attached to his shed which is not only outdated but is also damaged by birds. Matt took it upon himself to replace his neighbour’s antenna with a new digital aerial for the princely sum of a six pack of beer.
What a great neighbor! If you think your antenna is outdated and may need replacement, be sure to contact Jim’s Antennas on 131546 for a free digital health check.
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