There are 2 types of Satellite Dish recommended and supplied by Sky to receive satellite TV. Zone 1 and Zone 2. If you don’t know which type is right for you or what you need to do to get it installed, then you are in the right place. I will remove the mist from this sometimes hazy situation.

The less expensive Zone 1 satellite dishes are for people who live in a strong signal area. Basically, if you live anywhere in the mainland UK you can consider yourself in this category.

Zone 2 satellite dishes, although slightly more expensive, are able to receive a much weaker signal. These are what you should be looking to get your hands on should you live on the continent or northern reaches of Scotland.

If you have any DIY experience, then you shouldn’t have any issues installing a satellite dish yourself, however, if you, like me, are an absolute novice when it comes to these kind of things, or you would just like the peace of mind knowing that your installation has been carried out by a professional, then do not feel embarrassed to seek out the help of your local satellite shop. They have expert technicians whose job it is to install satellite systems and dishes. From most places, you are able to buy a package which provides you with the dish, all the cabling you require and installation for less than a hundred or so pounds. With this, you are also given the peace of mind of having a parts and labour warranty, so in the unlikely event that something should go wrong with set up a year down the line, you have someone to go back to for a free repair. Something that you are not afforded if you install it yourself.

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