Residents in areas affected by major Freeview reception problems following a transmitter fire last August have been told to be aware of fake TV engineers.
The Bilsdale transmitter site went offline after a fire on 10th August. Since then, viewers across North Yorkshire, Teesside and parts of County Durham have had to endure loss of services and/or poor signal.
The two organisations are working together to raise industry standards in the aerial industry.
Which? Trusted Traders is working with CAI to help aerial installers stand out from their competitors and help customers to find the right trader for them.
Members of CAI, a trade association for audio visual professionals, can apply to join Which? Trusted Traders and take advantage of a special offer giving them 50% off their membership fees for the first six months.
Arqiva has enhanced the signal delivered by two of its relay transmitters in North East England. The company continues to fill in coverage gaps left by the loss of the original Bilsdale transmitter. Freeview signal improvement at Seaham and Sunderland relays means both sites can provide better coverage in homes affected.