Has it got to that time where it is becoming almost impossible to watch the TV. Has the picture become so bad that it is making viewing an absolute frustration? Well, if so or not there are ways in which you can find the best installers in your area. If you go onto the internet and type in aerial fitter and your location, you will see a large number of aerial companies, but a good looking website or good rankings is in no way indicative of the company being reputable. Even, customer feedback can be faked including google reviews, so what should be done?
Good quality aerial companies tend to be affiliated with a trade body such as the CAI or the rdi. When choosing, try to find out if they are or have been part of these organisations and also, whether or not they have any other qualifications such as NVQ’s. This does not mean that they are better than another aerial fitter who is not accredited, but it does help to indicate that they probably are of a good enough standard to carry out work on your property.
When speaking to the aerial fitter over the phone, ask enough questions about the kind of solution he would expect to come to if he was to fix your aerial system, and also try to get a figure of how much such a job usually costs. Ask if the company charges a call out fee. This is not always a bad thing since any good company will want to reduce unnecessary call outs where the customer doesn’t need to pay or that the fault has suddenly fixed itself just as their engineer turns up. But, as a householder, it is wise to find out if there is going to be a charge before booking in a fitter.
If you have taken the effort to follow the suggestions above, it is likely that you will end up with an aerial or satellite engineer that is reputable and experienced enough to fix and sort whatever reception problem you have at a fair price.