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Our shop is situated at 44 High street in the busy market town of Bilston, near the city of Wolverhampton in the West Midlands.
In 1979 The company was established by the two existing Directors Geoff Harris and Arthur Lawley
After being located at two previous sites we have been at our present location since 1996.
Geoff has been a T.V. engineer since 1969,when he worked on the first colour televisions at Decca in Wolverhampton, and down through the years he and his staff have adapted to the many changes in technology.
From the early valve TV's to video recorders, DVD's and now Plasma and LCD we have rented, sold and repaired them all!
The first valve colour televisions were very unreliable due to their complexity and the heat generated by the valves meant it was not uncommon for them to break down several times in a year.
Modern flat screen televisions are much more reliable but have problems of their own, such as availability of spare parts, particularly for some of the lower end sets sold by the local supermarkets. However, this is not such a problem with well-known and established makes.
All of our repairs are carried out in our workshop in Bilston by our qualified engineers. We also sell white goods such as washing machines,tumble driers,fridge/ freezers and cookers.
We are aware there is a big demand to rent washers and driers due to the high cost of manufacturer repair charges and the need for customers NOT to be left without a machine.
Within a five mile radius of the shop we provide a free delivery and installation on all our products.
We supply and install TV Aerials to a high standard Covering a 20 mile radius of Bilston all meter aligned and guaranteed.