You live in Southern Indiana and Northern Kentucky for the lifestyle, and enjoy all the camaraderie and kindness small-town life includes. Unfortunately, that small-town life doesn’t include easy access to high-speed internet services — until now. We provide satellite Internet services near you, with full service and installation in Lexington, Indiana area.
Hardy Mill LLC is proud to be the premier Viasat (formerly Exede) satellite internet provider in the Lexington, Indiana, area. Call today an learn how easy and fast it is to get residential home internet from Viasat.
Something as innovative as high-speed satellite internet may sound cost prohibitive, but Hardy Mill LLC is proud to provide affordable packages for all residents in the area — even in rural areas. And, unlike with cable internet, you don’t have to wait days or weeks for installation. Hardy Mill LLC can often be at your home to install your high speed satellite internet soon after you order — sometimes within hours.
Customer service is Hardy Mill LLC’s first priority. Owner Ken McCleery started the company 16 years ago to bring technology and satellite internet service from Louisville, Kentucky, to Seymour — and everything in between.
Don’t wait to get the latest in satellite technology in your home. Call Ken or stop by Hardy Mill LLC to learn more about what satellite service can do for your home and business.
Why go for satellite internet service? It’s all about access. Most internet service providers in the Indiana and Kentucky area are ground-based, relying on cables and DSL networks to connect users to the web. This reliance on complex infrastructures limits access in rural areas, meaning not everyone can connect to wifi on their laptops and mobile devices.
Viasat isn’t bound by geography. Instead, it pipes the internet into homes via satellites placed above the Earth’s atmosphere — and it all happens within seconds. All you need is a satellite dish and a modem to connect.
Lexington is an unincorporated town in southern Indiana, about 10 miles west of the Ohio River and 28 miles north of Louisville, Kentucky. The landscape is dotted by farms and woods. The town was founded before Indiana became a state in the early 1800s, and was the original county seat before local leaders opted fro a more central location in nearby Scottsburg. That change created animosity between the towns for decades after. Now, Lexington is known for its scenic beauty and quiet, rural lifestyle.