Do you have a communal aerial that runs to your Forest Town property?
Communal aerials are typically found in blocks of flats or maisonettes, shared between them. The single aerial will be sited somewhere above the Forest Town premises, with wiring running individually to each property.
If you have a problem with reception from your Forest Town communal aerial, make a note of the circumstances of the fault and relay this to us. For instance, does the fault occur constantly or intermittently? Does the fault occur when certain electrical appliances are in use? Do all of your Forest Town neighbours using the communal aerial experience the same issues? This information can be vital to finding the source of the fault.
Who is responsible for your Forest Town communal aerials?
The landlord, agent or residents' management committee should usually be responsible for any maintenance of the Forest Town communal aerial system. Connecting leads within your home are often accessible to you, but it may be the owner/landlord's responsibility to hire a local Forest Town aerial installer at their expense - not yours.
If you discover a fault, contact the owner of the communal aerial in Forest Town and ask them to speak to an NDI Aerials engineer. Our measuring equipment will locate the source of any faults, then we can find best solution.
Are you the owner of a communal aerial in Forest Town?
If you own a Forest Town communal aerial as a landlord or for your business, and you need help investigating a fault, give our qualified aerial engineers a call.
We can provide a quick, efficient and cost effective solution, whilst minimising disruption to your residents.
We provide full installation and maintenance services of communal aerials in Forest Town. This includes fitting, upgrades, wiring, boosters and fault-finding.
We also supply and service Forest Town communal aerials for the local Forest Town council authority.