Why TV aerials are installed on the rooftop of the house


You have usually heard someone say I have installed the tv aerial on my rooftop and the question should be raised in your mind is why rooftop? If you are really interested to know why TV aerials are usually installed on the high walls, rooftops or chimneys during TV aerial installation then this article will help you to learn.

First we need to know that radio and TV aerials are getting signals from the transmitters, but satellite dishes are getting directly from the satellites in space. This is obvious there can be buildings, trees or other things between the transmitter and tv aerial and it can cause signals issues or blocking of the signals. In this case the installers prefer to mount tv aerial during tv aerial installation in the house.

The installation of the TV aerial outside of the house is not enough because the trees and other buildings around your house can block the signals. In that case you need to install the amplifier but it will cost extra then this is the reason you need to install the tv aerial on the height i.e. rooftop, chimneys or outside walls. 

If you are mounting and installing the tv aerial satellite outside of your house for sure it will increase the signals strength for the reliable receiving. This is obvious when you install the tv aerial satellite on the height it will be free from the hurdles in the surroundings so the tv aerial could easily catch the clear signals from the transmitters. If your tv aerial is getting the good signals then you will get the clear results with HD results. The one more benefit of installing the on high is you don’t need to install the amplifier for maximizing the signals.

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