Turners Antennas Installations




At Turners hD/AV Custom Installations we specialise in new TV Antennas for Digital TV reception. We also install custom high quality home theatres & audio/ video distribution throughout your home/ office.

  • New TV Antennas & repairs




  • Set Top Box upgrades for your old TV’s




  • High quality Custom Installation of Home Theatres




  • Audio/ Video distribution throughout your home





  • Sales & Design of systems for your existing or new home




  • Pre-wire cabling during construction




Welcome to Turners hD/AV Custom Installations. If you are looking for the ultimate experience in High Definition Audio & Video you have come to the right place.

We install new TV antennas for upgrade to the new Free View Digital TV experience either on a new Flat Screen TV or if you just want to upgrade your old TV with a new Digital Set Top Box. We also do service & repairs on your old antennas if required.

At Turners hD/AVyou will find our services are of the highest quality. You are dealing direct with the owner who understands every aspect of High Definiton Home Theatre Installation including which components would work best in your home and are best suited to your needs.

People ask us every day which components are best’ can i do this or can i do that in my home? We have all the answers and expertise so you don’t have to worry. At Turners hD/AVwe are your one stop shop and we will give you quality service and peace of mind.

We encourage you to contact us for honest advice and a customised estimate.

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Thank You for visiting TURNER’S hD/AV Custom Installations.



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