Removing and replacing antennas for a living, our TV technicians hate to see these useful bits of kit go off to landfills, scrap yards or recycling centres. They might be no good for your TV reception, but old antennas are built to last and there’s a fair chance they could have a whole new life somewhere else. So, what can be done with a rusty pile of metal formerly attached to a roof? First, check with Freecycle, likely local charities and any amateur radio enthusiasts or clubs nearby. They might well want your old antenna just as it is to reuse or slightly modify for ham radio. Failing that, it’s time to get creative and find an interesting use for your old TV aerial.
“Sorry to bother you, I just wondered if you could help me with something?” The apologetic tone at the end of the phone is a shame because calls like this are often the highlight of our working day. We put our number on our vans and online to encourage people to call up and ask us for help. After all, we are the antenna installation experts and if you have a problem with your TV set-up, we’re pretty sure Picture Perfect can help.
Beautiful Brisbane. Our corner of Queensland is home to more than two million Australians and is a truly global city. Proud hosts of the 1982 Commonwealth Games, 1988 World Expo and the last ever Goodwill Games, Brisbane has shown itself to be a world-class city with a friendly disposition and hard-working heart. Picture Perfect has been working on TV antenna installation in the cultural and economic centre of Queensland for nearly two decades. Working with householders the length of the Sunshine Coast, during our 20 years in business we have seen Brisbane bloom. The population here has grown by more than 2% every year since 1990. More people settling here means more work for us, and Brisbane is a great place to be in business.