Port Macquarie TV Antennas Repairs & Installation
With a team of qualified experts, our service list is not just limited to Port Macquarie Tv Antennas repairs and installation but we also provide starlink and vast satellite tv installaions . Our services go beyond to provide all the information and expert assistance our Port Macquarie locals need to stay connected.
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Digital antenna systems can break down due to interference, faulty antenna boosters, faulty or rusted antennas (especially living so close to the ocean here in Port Macquarie), loose antenna connections, coaxial cable faults and co-transmitter interference.
We will test your antenna system for your current signal strength and diagnose any reception problems you may be facing with our digital antenna analyser. We will then advise the best solution.
Every job is different – so too then is the the pricing. The average price for a newly built home in Port Macquarie starts from $499 plus GST – Although it’s best to ring and receive a free quote as it may be cheaper!
It is best to check with your property manager about your tenancy agreement, many Port land lords are quite happy to fulfil the upgrade request. Inquiring first is your best option.
Each area in Port Macquarie varies as everyone has differing set ups. This then means that each repair project we undertake is provided with an individualised quote. To obtain your free quote please click book now at the top of the page. MNC Antennas offers repair and installation solutions starting from only $99, subject to the service requested, measured signal strength and location site inspection.
We cover the following areas of the mid north coast
Port Macquarie, Wauchope, Bonny Hills, Lake Cathie, Laurieton, Johns River, Harrington, Taree, Kew, Sancrox, Thrumster, Beechwood , Rosewood, Long Flat ,North Shore, Kundabung
There are a range of factors that can result in poor reception for your digital television, including:
1. Weather circumstances, which can momentarily weaken signal and cause digital reception to “pixelate” or break apart.
2. Signal impediments, such as tall dense trees and surrounding buildings. A number of areas along the mid-north coast are known as reception “black spot” areas.
3. For your high definition TV to provide a steady and trustworthy image, the signal coming dir
ectly from the antenna could be either too faint or even too strong. 4. ‘Impulse’ or ‘noise’ interference caused by common electrical items such as kitchen appliances, light switches, ovens and refrigerators, air conditioning units, desktop or laptop computers, Wi-Fi internet network equipment, and electric fences.
5.The distance between your location and the closest transmitting tower for your local television stations. The greater the distance between you and your nearest transmission tower, the lower the quality of your reception.
6. Your TV antenna’s age and condition. The condition and age of your TV antenna. In Australia, the average age of an antenna is 5 years, and it is only serviced or upgraded once every 12 years! Low-quality antennas can rust, snap, bend, or even break. Changes to the surrounding structures of your building, such as new apartments or large buildings, growing trees or other foliage, or other changes to the networks and their operators, can also obstruct reception. This could mean that you need to replace your old low gain antenna with a new high gain antenna, or that you need to find other ways to boost your weak signal.
7. Poor TV reception can be caused by adding more TV wall outlets, moving your external antenna around, or modifying the direction of your external antenna.
8. Proximity to mobile telecommunications towers. If you are too close to a mobile phone tower that transmits signal on certain 4G / 5G frequencies, there may be a risk that there is interference impacting your TV reception causing pixelation.
1. GET A ONSITE QUOTE
Following an onsite visit by a technician, this must be a formal written quote. It could be a photo or a screenshot from your phone, or it could be an original email.
2. INFORM US
Using the form below, send an email to [email protected] including the file containing the Competitor’s quote. To be considered, you must also include the following information in your email:
Name, Address, and Phone Number
This allows us to contact you and schedule your job for a convenient date and time.
3. COMPARE AND SAVE
Once approved by our office staff, we’ll let you know whether we can give you 5% or 10% off the matched price, and you’ll be able to save some hard earned cash!