About Us

Experienced Aerial and satellite engineers. Established since 1979, our family business has a high reputation in the local area and we pride ourselves on providing a high level of quality service. Located in Marston Moretaine, we cover all of the Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire areas. All our work is guaranteed and customer service is of the utmost importance.

What we can do for you

We specialise in all types of work in Digital, FM/DAB aerials and satellite services. Undertaking work in the domestic and commercial field, we provide services from complete new TV aerial/satellite installations to repairs and routine checks. Barton Aerials are the trusted specialists in your area within our industry and will provide you with the quality service that you expect and desire. Please contact us on 01234 767609 to discuss any of your television aerial/satellite requirements. We are here to help. 


CAI Milestone

Another milestone in CAI history was recorded at the end of January when a visit from City & Guilds to Communications House, the CAI’s Watford HQ, led to confirmation that a major percentage of the CAI’s Education and Skills programmes would be carrying the City & Guilds logo on certificates issued by the CAI. A global leader in skills development, the City & Guilds Group connects skills and jobs so people and organisations can progress. Made up of City & Guilds, ILM and City & Guilds Kineo, they work with education providers, businesses and governments in over 80 countries, to provide work-relevant education and training.

4G Approved members

Well done to all RDI 4G Approved members

Boss Satellites and Aerials/A and L Aerials/Metro Digital Televisions/MAC Digital/Aerial and Electrical Services Telford/Barton Aerials/SW Digital/BD Gilchrist Security and Communications LTD/Merrivale TV Service/Taunton Aerials/Complete Digital Installations/LK Digital/Joao Neves/Riggers Aerials/Jays Cabling Service/Oxtown Aerials/TV AV


Barton Aerials history

When our company was first established there were only three television channels available. BBC1, BBC2 and ITV. There were also many black and white televisions around and most people were renting their televisions from major rental companies like DER and Radio Rentals. The cost to install a standard aerial back then was approximately £18.00 for a full fit and £7.50 plus parts for a repair. Channel 4 arrived on our televisions in the early eighties followed by channel 5 a little later. Satellite installations were also available using 60cm dishes beamed to the Astra satellite.  

Changes have continuously developed over the years within the industry and continue to do so. As analogue television fades away, digital television grows and is better. Not only with clearer quality pictures, but we have so much more choice now.


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