Aerial Installation

aerial installation

What to Look Out for From Good Aerial Installation

Are you looking for aerial installation but are unsure where to turn? Read on for some pointers about the things that a competent and reliable installation should comprise of.

Do not be duped by an aerial company that will rip you off or only perform half a job. You want to ensure that once an aerial has been installed, it will remain in place and provide high-quality signal for a long time. It can become expensive and time consuming if you need to repeatedly contact an aerial maintenance service to fix problems.

If aerial installers tick these following boxes on their website, there is a much higher chance that they can be trusted.

Aerial Installation Musts

Installers must be fully qualified and be able to prove that they are trained on various aerial types. For instance, digital installation, SKY TV boxes and CCTV. It is important that they liaise with clients on any potential issues regarding installation and be able to offer repairs if required. Most of the public will not know much about aerials, so an installer needs to guide clients on the aerial best suited to their needs.

They should work time-efficiently and make sure there is a little disruption to the client’s home life as possible. There must also be clear adherence to safety measures for theirs and the client’s wellbeing, especially during the current COVID-19 pandemic. Procedures need to be put in place so that there is no danger to a client’s property. For instance, locking ladders in a stationary position to remove the risk of falling and breaking a window or other property.

There must be guarantees that brackets and entry points are sealed once the job is completed and a wall socket is installed.

Lastly, you want an installation company that provides free, no-obligation quotes, otherwise you could waste a lot of money.

Specialist Automotive Finance

Specialist Automotive Finance (SAF) provides knowledge-based motor finance learning to boost customer confidence in motor finance and increase professionalism.
Specialist automotive finance (SAF) was launched in 2007 by the finance and leasing association. It has created a pathway for the staff of all levels to learn.
Over 34,000 motor industry employers are registered to take the SAF test. Over 2000 UK showrooms are Specialist Automotive Finance approved.
How does Motor finance work? In specialist automotive finance there are usually three parties involved to set up the finance. The customer: they will usually pay a deposit or make advance payments, they will also be asked to sign a credit agreement, they will then be allowed to take the vehicle away and use it providing they make the agreed monthly payments to the finance provider.
The retailer: they will sell the vehicle and sort the finance at the point of sale; it will also be down to the retailer to invoice the finance provider.
And lastly the finance provider: they will pay out the money to the retailer for the vehicle and takes ownership, they will take the monthly payments from the customer throughout the agreement.
There are different types of finance available; these will depend on the customers’ requirements and preferences.
Car dealerships that sell finance act as a “broker” for car finance provider. Most will work with several different finance providers to obtain the best finance for the range of customers they serve.
With specialist automotive finance, the customer will repay the finance provider, these repayments will include interest and sometimes fees. The rate of interest paid by each customer will vary depending on each customers circumstance (for example if a customer has a good or bad credit rating and how likely it is that they will repay the debt)
Specialist automotive finance can come in various forms such as Hire purchase, personal contract purchase, contract hire and finance lease.
Specialist automotive finance is an industry-standard, but not a mandated qualification. It provides recognition for firms whereby all of their customer-facing staff who are involved in the sale of vehicle finance have passed the specialist automotive finance test.
There are three types of specialist automotive finance: SAF Essentials, SAF Expert and SAF Advanced.