So you aren’t getting any picture on your new flat screen panel. Prior to making that call, evaluate the following:
If you have had your antenna setup for a few years and it has started giving you unreliable reception to the extent you’re missing most of your favourite TV shows or getting frustrated watching sports, the best thing you can do is call a Jim’s Antennas professional who can provide you with prompt antenna servicing.
Jim’s Antennas will do a full assessment of your antenna system and diagnose any reception problems using specialised equipment, which means you don’t have to get creative with duck taping any antenna cables at various angles to get reliable reception.
If it is an antenna repair you require, our technician is able to assess and provide you with a quote accordingly. In most circumstances our technician is able to fix the problem for you on that very same day – it means you’ll be enjoying your favourite shows fuzz and fuss-free in no time at all.
Call us today on 131 546 for a free quote. We’re also part of the trusted Jim’s Group network, which means we are fully insured, qualified and experienced, while all our products come with industry-leading warranties.
If you’re sick of poor TV reception and you don’t fancy a climb onto the roof, get in touch right away. Allow us to analyse and resolve and antenna issues once and for all.
The most common cause of poor TV reception is your antenna. A poorly maintained Antenna, that is broken or incorrectly installed is likely to be behind your reception problems. Storm damage to TV Antennas is common, especially during electrical storms. High winds can damage antennas and connections to.
With the change over to digital TV, an upgrade is going to benefit most households regardless. Digital TV means a host of new channels should be available in your area, so make sure your antenna isn’t coming between you and good reception!
Free View and Digital TV channels now available that you probably can’t see if you don’t have an upgraded digital tv aerial.
A number of elements are important when assessing your antenna system, including: