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Aerial Force in Kirkby (Ashfield)

Aerial Force work in a range of locations around the UK, and our work in and around Nottinghamshire gives residents the same level of service as can be experienced anywhere. We are becoming known as the national company with a local reputation, and this is boosted by our in-depth knowledge of the areas we serve. The customer is at the heart of everything that we do and we highly value the relationships that we form with all of our clients. Getting to know the area is a key part of this.

The market town of Kirkby-in-Ashfield is one that we are proud to serve. Whether residents need an aerial installation, or an effective, up-to-date CCTV camera system, Aerial Force have what it takes to fulfil your needs. We work to the highest possible standards, with an effective, efficient team of engineers who are all highly trained in the work they perform, and we only employ them if they have a minimum of 5-years experience in the trade. This ensures that the service that you receive from Aerial Force is one which you can trust – and our standards are further demonstrated by the fact that we ensure our engineers have passed all of the necessary criminal records checks before we let them work.

We are careful in choosing the team that serves the town of Kirkby-in-Ashfield. As of 2001, the population of the market town was just over 25,000 people, and we are happy to attend every one of those homes. Kirkby-in-Ashfield is part of the Mansfield urban area, and this makes it possible for people to live in Kirkby-in-Ashfield, whilst working in Mansfield.

Originally a Danish settlement, Kirkby-in-Ashfield because a collection of small villages. We would love to be able to travel back in time, and get some of the stories from villager years ago! The town gets a mention in the Domesday book of 1086, and it has a rich heritage of industry that form memories for the town and its people. Kirkby-in-Ashfield has 2 main churches, and was once an extremely important area for coal mining and also railways. Indeed, the Nottinghamshire area of the UK was at one time a very industrial part of the world, and is renowned for coal mining and DH Lawrence often depicted life around these parts within his fiction.

Larwood statue in Kirkby Ashfield

Kirkby-in-Ashfield used to have 3 active coal mines and several railway junctions, making it an easy, efficient, exporter of coal to other areas of the UK. During the Victorian era, Kirkby-in-Ashfield expanded rapidly and became a booming, thriving town. However, in the 1980s and the 1990s, the mines were closed and this inevitably led to an awful slump in the town’s economy which must have made residents and employees angry – wondering what they could do next.

Since those times, Kirkby-in-Ashfield is changing (albeit gradually) from a traditional mining town into a commuter town – serving bigger cities in the much wider community, such as Nottingham and Mansfield. However, it is likely that the people of Kirkby-in-Ashfield will want to hold on to their traditions as much as they can, preserving the memory of what Kirkby-in-Ashfield once stood for.

Services We Offer

Satellite and Freesat

We install satellite and freesat services to the people of Kirkby-in-Ashfield, whether this be the more popular sky and freeview services, or a range of European satellites. Why not take advantage of our years of accumulated knowledge, and see which one is best for you?

Aerial installation

Our engineers love a challenge, and will persevere to get you the best possible signal, before they leave your home. No job is too big or too small for our expert team of engineers.

CCTV

The CCTV technology that we supply and install, is of the highest technical specification, and allows you to link the CCTV footage with your own devices. This allows you to feel comforted – safe in the knowledge that your home is safe whilst you are away.

Aerial and dish repairs

One thing British citizens cannot rely on is the weather, and unfortunately this will eventually damage your aerial or satellite dish. When this happens, call Aerial Force and we will be out almost immediately to get you back watching your favourite shows as soon as possible!

TV Wall Bracket mounting

When you have a new flat-screen tele, it can be difficult to install it in the ideal location. Our engineers have the skills and the tools for the job so contact us and we will do the hard work for you!

Find out more

Contact us today, to see how we can help you with all of your aerial and dish requirements. We are much more than your standard aerial and satellite installers!

More about Kirkby History

Kirkby-in-Ashfield has a large range of attractions for visitors and residents in the area. Naturally, when people are indoors, they still want entertaining and for all those needs, Aerial Force can help. We can provide aerial and satellite installation on a wide range of services, and will also try to provide a multi-room solution that is tailored to the need of our customers, if required. Our engineers have experience dealing with aerials and satellites, and are therefore often able to come up with suggestions that our customers may not have previously considered. Call us now, if you want to learn more about how we can help.

When out and about in Kirkby-in-Ashfield, a number of old industrial-type sites give visitors an educational experience that gives them a glimpse in to the town’s past. The ‘Papplewick Pumping Station’ is nearby, and is a real-working station that shows how water was pumped back in the Victorian era. ‘Hardwick Hall’ is an Elizabethan stately home that will wow visitors with its elegance and style. Likewise, ‘Newstead Abbey’ (a former Augustinian Priory) also gives visitors an amazing view as they wander round – and this was the ancestral home of Lord Byron.

Visitors can go walking in other areas of natural beauty, such as ‘Bestwood Country Park,’ ‘Brierley Forest Park,’ ‘Portland Park,’ ‘Kingsway Park,’ ‘Buratstump Country Park’ and ‘Bulwell Hall Park.’ Kirkby-in-Ashfield certainly has its fair share of walks, parks and old stately homes to attract visitors who enjoy seeing the architecture of the past, whilst enjoying the natural surroundings that were as impressive back in their day as they are today.