The process you need to go through to install a TV aerial depends on the type of aerial you have. If you have an indoor aerial, it’s simple. Just plug the aerial into your TV and stand it up next to it. If the signal isn’t right, then try moving your aerial closer to a window or higher up. Make sure you rescan for channels every time you move it so you know if you’ve made an improvement. It’s also fairly easy to install a loft TV aerial – just take it up into your loft and position it in a convenient place. Again, experiment with angles and positions to ensure you get the best signal. Installing an outdoor TV aerial is a little trickier. Ideally, try to fix your aerial to a wall or chimney at a gable end – this will be much easier to access than a chimney in the middle of the roof. Follow the instructions that come with your aerial for mounting it – it’s usually best to lash your aerial on rather than use screws. If you’re not used to working at height or aren’t confident doing your own aerial installation work, it’s best to get in touch with a professional.
Greenhithe (population 4,700) is a town in the District of Dartford in Kent, England. It is located east of Dartford, in the civil parish of Swanscombe and Greenhithe. Greenhithe's economy no longer relies on river trade, this having been replaced by the M25 motorway, the new Broadband 1 Ebbsfleet International station as well as the Bluewater complex. The whole location is being redeveloped as part of the Thames Gateway regeneration. Its supporter councils and federal government enrollers therefore intend to draw in even more abundance as well as earnings generation, especially via the communication with the huge shopping center. This is reflected in raised building valuations, and slightly higher costs than in 20th century overspill estates which often tended to line the estuary. Its high street is much less substantial a location than Bluewater, which is supplemented by a grocery store in the village. Greenhithe railway station aside, there is little in the location in addition to housing. The Thames Gateway project has actually seen growth of property neighbourhoods of the village such as Ingress Park and Waterstone Park, as well as of industrial and company estates that nearly entirely border the previous large hamlet.