I am an expert in consumer electronics and brown goods servicing with almost 42 years experience working in the trade. In addition to being a City & Guilds qualified television engineer, I have worked over the years in conjunction with several manufacturers TLO’s (technical liaison officers) to resolve issues with products. I have run service workshops for both large and small businesses in the past and I have also worked in home with many customers to resolve technical problems.
I have many years of experience in the aerial and satellite Industry, having worked on aerials throughout my career and satellite systems since the beginning of analogue transmissions in the mid 1980’s. I am also a veteran radio amateur, call sign G8ZRD, of some 30 years. For several years during the 80’s I was employed as a tutor for the radio amateur’s exam at local colleges and gained much valuable tutoring experience as a result.
More recently l have personally undergone further training and assessment to obtain my level 2 NVQ City & Guilds (signal reception pathways) which allowed me to hold a “CAI Plus Membership” to the confederation of aerial industries, which is the UK trade body that represents all sectors of the signal distribution industry. Membership is not automatic and every member has to undergo regular assessment to ensure that recognised standards of the CAI are being maintained. I take great pride in all of my work and aim to give all of my many customers the best service at the best possible price without compromising on quality.
Beware of companies offering a no win no fee, or free call out to your home. My competitors have to do the same. I will wager that my prices are the cheapest in this area. I have a standard mark up on my spare parts prices so no one gets ripped off. My labour charges are probably the smallest per hour of any television engineer.