Messy Cables? Jim’s Antennas Can Help

Shaun from Jim’s Antennas Williamstown was recently called to a property in the Murray River region where the client has been left with a mess of cables after an install. The customer wasn’t happy with the way the cables had been left. There were cables for VAST TV, free to air TV, Foxtel and the Foxtel multiswitch all left hanging as seen in the photo.

Shaun was able to hide all the cabling inside the wall and provide the client with a neat and tidy solution as can be seen in the after photo. No more messy cables!

Call Jim’s Antennas for all your TV aerial, VAST digital satellite TV problems and new installations in the Barossa Valley, Adelaide Hills and Murraylands regions on 131546.

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