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What they said about us.....

"The robust installations are a good advert. A no-nonsence approach."

Tim Jenks
Senior Executive
Confederation of Aerial Industries

"This is a company that has been built up on a solid reputation.

I am fortunate that I know Woking Aerials work, his reputation goes before him. Any person employing Woking Aerials is assured of a job well done.

Again being able to see work close up shows that Alan provides a service which is to be envied.

The system viewed by me was very impressive...."

Chris Glover
Confederation of Aerial Industries

"This assessment was carried out as an NVQ assessment session.

I observed Alan, visit a domestic property, qualify the customer, fault find/diagnose the reception issue, and install a complete new aerial system.

This was done to an exceedingly high standard."

Kevin Dawson
Assessment & Training Executive
Confederation of Aerial Industries

Kevin has been the UK TV expert for ITV's 'House of Horrors' & BBC's 'Rogue Traders'

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Surrey County Council Trading Standards Approved

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Digital UK

Beyond Switchover:

Ofcom has announced that following TV switchover, Digital UK will deliver a government project paving the way for the next generation of mobile services.

The project, starting in late 2012 and continuing through 2013, will see some of the airwaves currently used for Freeview TV signals released for 4G mobile broadband.

Viewers in the areas concerned will need to retune their digital televisions and set top boxes to pick up TV channels on their new frequencies.

Digital UK will co-ordinate the changes, including the provision of public information.