The Local Team of Aerial Specialists in Seaford

An aerial installed on a rooftop

Your Aerial Experts

Whether your current aerial has been damaged and needs to be repaired or you want to upgrade to a new model, rely on our team to complete the installation or repair you require.

An aerial installed on a rooftop

Setting up Satellites

Never be left without something to watch on TV thanks to our satellite installation service. We help our customers receive Sky, Freesat, and channels from all over the world.

Tv mounted on the wall by our team

Safe TV Installation

To save space and avoid the need to purchase a TV stand or table, many people are choosing to mount their TV on the wall. Rely on the team at R S Aerials to safely install your TV.

someone finding tv network with a remote control

Networking Fittings

To ensure a signal is received, phones and televisions must be connected to suitable satellite and connection points. The experts at R S Aerials expertly fit a variety of networking points.

Contact our team of aerial fitters in Seaford, East Sussex, for more information about our work with TV aerials.

About Us

Receive all of your favourite channels and a flawless signal with the help of R S Aerials. Based in Seaford, East Sussex, our team use more than 3 decades of experience to offer expert assistance with radio and TV aerials. Since being established in 1997, our aerial and satellite company has assisted a wide variety of customers. Our aerial fitters have received extensive in-house training and cover all aspects of aerial installation and repairs. Over the years, we have helped a number of clients, many of which has left positive reviews on our Checkatrade profile. What’s more, we are also an East Sussex Trading Standards-approved company.

The Digital Switchover

The team at R S Aerials have been fitting aerials for more than 30 years, and we have seen many changes occur along the way. The biggest change, however, has been the digital switchover. Now, let’s get things straight – there is no such thing as a digital aerial. All aerials can receive digital broadcasts, but some more than others, and of course aerials with new designs are built with this in mind. Older aerials tended to be banded for specific transmitters (Newhaven Band B), and with the introduction of digital, transmissions began over a wider bandwidth, so some services are out of the operating bandwidth of the old aerials. In this situation, an aerial upgrade to a wide band of group T aerial would need to be done. A sign of this is some channels going missing.

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