That's what I'm trying to find - someone who does this for a living - safely. I
may have actually found a local one, listed on the internet.
If they can support a TV antenna and rotor, you'd think that they can surely
support a 2M-sized ground plane antenna and an inverted vee.
>From: David Thompson <email@example.com>
>Sent: Apr 20, 2010 1:18 PM
>Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Telescoping TV Mast Installation questions
>When TV was young my family had a 50 foot Rohn Push up mast. Ours was
>installed ground mount next to the house. This was about 1953.
>I remember there were two types of house mounting. There was a flat plate
>to mount the mast
>on a flat portion of the roof. There was also a mount for the top of the
>roof that fit the pitch. A TV repair man made a living for a number of
>installing these with a Channel master TV antenna at the top.
>I was located 150 miles from New Orleans and TV station WDSU required such
>an installation for decent reception. We were happy when TV stations in
>Jackson, Ms Baton Rouge, and Monroe appeared at 70 to 90 miles.
>I watched these TV pros install several of these in our area and after
>putting one up at Field day years later I suggest a professional
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