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0469-2013

How to avoid the possible damage caused on the roof for the installation, expansion or maintenance of your antenna.

Description: 

Usually, the higher the altitude at which an antenna is installed, the better the level and quality of the received signal, and therefore, most often, the antennas are on the roofs of houses.
What at first is a lower installation cost, affects a much higher spending in the medium and long term damage by both the antenna installation can cause on the roof as the damage (broken tiles, uralite, gutters, ...) that inevitably occur when it is necessary to update or maintain it.
A small additional investment at the beginning of the installation would facilitate access to plant maintenance, thus avoiding the problems mentioned. Here are two solutions that are profitable in the long term:
Height configurable trestle-tower
As advantages, this option presents the cleanliness of the work / installation, ease of maintenance and expansion of the facility and its multiple applications added:
Video cameras to monitor the private pool, tennis court, play area for children, home

 

environment ... (as long as their scope is limited to theproperty).
Weather stations to know the wind speed, humidity and outside temperature.
Halogen lights with motion detector (no switches or buttons) to highlight certain parts of the property go through.

 

  

Special tower end section
This section presents the advantage of use for installation of any structure available at the family home environment. Although it is not as versatile in terms of expansion of the facility and possible additional applications such as the trestle-tower, it does facilitate the assembly and maintenance without having to access the roof

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