Goodnestone Manor – DVB-T2 Reception & Distribution

Again due to lack of time, it has been a while since my last blog – so lets make this a Good(nestone) one!

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Goodnestone Manor is currently being refurbished, and the TV system was in dire need of updating. With new cables run to 17 rooms within the property, the next thing was to link it all up to a head end set-up.

In the loft went a new 4G/LTE filtered antenna for the reception of the frequencies needed to run Freeview.

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Once the antenna was in, next was to install the equipment to allow successful distribution to all of the 17 rooms. A 4G/LTE filtered head end launch amp took care of the initial signal levels, whilst stepped tap plates ensured that each room’s signal was with specification for trouble-free service.

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It was a real pleasure working on this project, the place was amazing, and you had to stop to take it all in.

A Return Visit to Highworth Grammer School

Highworth Grammer School have some building work going on, that looks like it may be close to completion.

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They are building a new main reception and performance area, and are having a TV on the wall in the reception. As I have been there a couple of times before, and carried out works for the student canteen known as The Hub, they didn’t hesitate to get me back in to get the main reception’s TV a feed for Freeview.

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Due to the new building not being attached to the one that their current aerial in installed on, a new 4G/LTE filtered unit went up. They are now all ready for the grand opening!

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Highworth Grammer School, Ashford, Kent – Additional TV Aerial Socket

Last year, I installed a TV aerial at Highworth Grammer School in Ashford, Kent.

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The aerial was installed externally in an inconspicuous spot, and the cabling was run into the school’s cafeteria; which is known as ‘The Hub’.

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I was asked to come back to do some more work, so today I was back at the site installing an additional TV aerial point into ‘The Hub’, for a second TV.

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Customer Feedback

It can be really hard to get customers to complete feedback, even if they say that they will. So it when it comes to me via an email, it is a nice surprise!

 

“I just wanted to say how impressed I was the other day with your customer service and politeness. I have had a myriad of tradesmen visiting my home in the last year with the rebuild and it makes a real difference, when somebody who is invited into your home is polite and offers to cover their shoes to help protect your carpets!

I will be recommending you to friends should the need arise,

With Many Thanks

Andrea”

  

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A little windy for an old aerial.

Got called out to a house in Appledore, Kent today where the aerial was swinging in the wind above a shared access driveway.
Where the aerial had been installed over 30 years ago, oxidation had taken it’s toll on the aerials structure and the wind finished it off.
Upon my arrival, my immediate concern was to make the area safe so nobody was in danger walking under it.
I removed the aerial that was beyond repair and installed a new one on the existing bracketry and mast as this was still good to go.

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TV aerial and satellite dish installation & repair throughout south east Kent.