TV antenna systems are available in two categories – indoor and outdoor. Both types are used extensively in domestic and commercial settings.
Indoor antennas are placed on top of the TV or close to your TV points. You can install multiple indoor antennas if you have extra TV sets in your house.
The “rabbit ears” and loop antenna are the most common types of indoor antennas. However, you will need a flat antenna or a digital TV antenna if you have the latest digital TV set.
These antennas are either roof-mounted or installed in the attic or the loft. High-quality outdoor antennas are preferred for the best TV reception.
In fact, outdoor antennas are compulsory in fringe areas when you want uninterrupted TV reception. They are also vital for receiving signals on your satellite TV.
Hiring Professionals for Your Antenna Installation
We are a professional antenna service provider in Sydney that offers quality service in antenna installations. Even if you are living in the suburbs of Castle Hill, our experienced technician will visit you for a detailed discussion regarding the best type of antenna for your home.
We will guide you on the latest technologies available for different models and offer a free quote for the TV antenna installation process. We can even help you with TV wall mounting if you prefer wall-mounted sets.
Repairing your Antenna
Often, several factors cause disruptions in the signals. You don’t want this to happen especially when you are watching your favourite movie on your home theatre system. In such cases, the first thing to do is check your digital antenna installation.
Adjust your Antenna
Other electronic items such as CCTVs, converter boxes and DVD players etc; often interfere with the signals of your indoor antenna installations on your TV. Moving your antenna far away from these can reduce such disruptions.
Relocate your Antenna
Try to reduce disruptions in indoor antennas by placing them as close to the outdoors as possible; such as your windows. This gives your indoor antenna greater access to open air and helps in drawing stronger signals.
You can also try extending the dipoles in “rabbit ear” type antennas to improve the signal.
Contact Us Today
With outdoor antennas, simple readjustments may not work. Being exposed to nature all the time, several components of the antenna may get damaged. In such cases, it is best to call one of our technicians to detect the problem and repair your antenna. Give us a call today on 0418 211 165 or fill out our enquiry form below and we will get in contact with you shortly.