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Question DetailsAsked on 8/17/2017

Someone to install TV antenna in chesterfield twp

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TV Antenna is a Search the List category, in the Services rather than the Home improvement area - available to all classes of members to find highly-rated and reviewed vendors for this work.


Bear in mind, if subscribing for satellite TV, most will install the dish for free if you sign up for a 1 year or more subscription.


If talking broadcast TV, if you are getting reception of the stations you want now, just breaking up a bit, the desktop RCA and similar good brandname amplified electronic antennas are quite good (about the size of a thick large size book, or about the size of a 10-13" TV screen for the upright type), for about $30 or so - might be worth giving that a try first to keep cost down. I actually had to put a resistor in line with ours because it was picking up multiple stations on one channel - getting stations from adjacent broadcast areas. Worked probably twice as good as our existing 8 foot long 60 element roof antenna.

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