Aerial installer - Kent

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  1. Ivor the Engine

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    Just in case there is anyone in the know about a reliable aerial installer in the Maidstone area, please let me know. Regards.
     
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    Just for information, I found a website for the Confederation of Aerial Industries - the CAI not the CIA! - who gave me the cheapest quote. Will update tomorrow when they have fitted.
     
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    Commcare are pretty good - they're CAI members, obviously.

    They maintain the Sky system in my block of flats (in Docklands) but they're based in Maidstone I think.

    They installed extra satellite feeds for me and did a good job. David Butler's the guy I normally deal with.

    http://www.commcare.co.uk/
     
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    Thanks for your contribution. I originally had an appointment with them until a CAI registered installer from Maidstone gave me a quote which was £40.00 less than them leaving me with the final cost at £111.00 - a full £119.00 cheaper than the monkey my wife found in the yellow pages! This was some company who had two separate ads in the yellow pages but transpired to be from the same operation.

    The moral of this story is to use the CAI website.
     

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