Find a Local Satellite Installer Today!

Find a Local Satellite Installer Today!

Professional Installation of your Free To Air Satellite and Glorystar Installation While the installation is not difficult, it does require that you have some experience in electrical wiring and minor construction techniques. Also, you may have to climb a ladder, so you’ll want to be comfortable working with heights. Most READ MORE

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Satellite Dishes and Mounts

Azimuth (Magnetic): is the angle relating to the horizontal positioning of the dish. The angle is expressed in terms of degrees, with North = 0 degrees, South = 180 degrees.  Use your compass to aim dish at that angle. Elevation: is the angle above the horizon, and is also expressed READ MORE

Things you should know before you call a professional installer

Satellite Dish Antenna Roof Non-Penetrating or Wall Mounts

While the installation is not difficult, it does require that you have some experience in electrical wiring and minor construction techniques. Also, you may have to climb a ladder, so you’ll want to be comfortable working with heights.  Most of our customers have successfully installed the satellite system by themselves. READ MORE

First-Timers Questions

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Dish Pointing Tips

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General Site Survey To get a signal, the satellite dish must be pointed directly at the satellite, with NO obstructions between the two. This means NO trees and NO buildings. Take into consideration future tree growth, house remodeling or additions and new construction in your area. The satellite signal WILL READ MORE

Grounding the Satellite System

Grounding the satellite system to the central building ground helps protect it and other components from lightning damage. Different brands of satellite systems may have special grounding requirements. However, dish installation should comply with local codes and the National Electrical Code (NEC). Refer to your satellite system’s user guides for READ MORE

Dish Network Installation Guides

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Lyngsat Quick Guide

DISCLAIMER:  The free to air channels presented on this site are samples of the free-to-air (clear and un-encrypted) channels available on North American satellites today.  Some of the channels may require a dish bigger than 30″ and/or an HH Motor.  We don’t claim or guarantee that these channels will remain READ MORE

Over-the-Air Reception Devices Rule

The Federal Communications Commission and its Over-the-Air Reception Devices Rule, a set of regulations that concern the use of DTH dishes, wireless cable/MMDS equipment and off-air antennas, prohibit restrictions that impair the installation, maintenance or use of antennas used to receive video programming. The rule applies to dishes that are READ MORE