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Antenna Installation

Antenna intallation servicesInstalling an antenna can be simple enough, but getting the best signal strength needs precision. There are a lot of factors that you need to consider before you consider installing your digital antenna on your own. The right antenna selection, alignment, the exact location for setting up your antenna are just a few of the things that you need to consider and carefully plan.

To simplify the process, PHLAdvisor provides professional antenna installation service. With some of the best technicians from the industry and with the right tools and experience, we ensure that all your installation and repair needs are taken care to perfection.

Our certified engineers are well experienced and fully trained to install all types of antennas, including Dish antennas, two-way whip antennas, broadcast FM and digital TV antennas. They can help you set up microwave and satellite dishes, tune FM and TV antennas, and check out for any environmental factors that could interfere with your antenna’s signal strength.

They thoroughly understand that every home and antenna are different. That’s why; our local installation engineers carefully inspect your property to select the best location for antenna installation for optimal signal strength and ensure that you never miss out on entertainment because of signal quality or environmental factor.

Available on all working days between 10 AM and 8 PM, we offer prompt support and antenna installation service on the day and time that best suits your schedule. So whether you are relocating to a new house or want to get a new antenna installed, call us at our toll free customer support number and we’ll provide you comprehensive and professional antenna installation service at your doorsteps.

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Frequently Asked Questions


To mount an antenna isn’t an easy task, and that’s the reason it is important to hire a professional and trained engineer to mount the antenna at an appropriate location.

An ideal location for antenna mounting is the point where signals are the strongest. The antenna should be mounted in such a way that it can be repaired or adjustments can be done easily in the future.

First of all, the pole of the antenna is mounted on the roof or on the wall. Secondly, always be careful about the selection of antenna location. The location or the area where the antenna is to be mounted should be unobstructed and short to receive sufficient signal strength.

Some of the important factors which should be considered before mounting the TV antenna are precise orienting, appropriate height and accurate adjustments. If you’re keeping these factors in mind, then it’s not at all difficult to determine the best location for the mounting of an antenna.


The signal loss through the coaxial cable happens due to two primary reasons i.e. length and frequency. If the length of the coaxial cable is longer, then there are more chances of losing signal. And, if the frequency of the signal passing through the coaxial cable is higher, then the loss of the signal will also be higher.

Basically, there are three standard sizes of coaxial cable i.e. series 59, series 6, and series 11. Nowadays, series 59 cable isn’t used due to its loss of signal over length disadvantage. Series 11 is the largest coaxial cable and there’s no such issue of signal loss over length. However, this type of cable is difficult to install and rarely used in homes.

Now, commonly used coaxial cable is series 6 due to several reasons including price, size, and handling of signal loss. Presently, there are multiple coaxial cable signal testers through which it is easy to check the typical signal loss. Use the signal tester device to check the signal loss.

If you are using a coaxial cable of series 6, then there is some typical signal loss. For example: Channel 51 – 5.6 DB/100, Channel 14 – 4.5 DB/100, Channel 2 – 1.5 DB/100.


While installing the antenna it is crucial to ensure the safety. There are certain safety factors which should be considered before installing the antenna.

Now, let’s just look at the simple and quick procedure of installing TV antenna safely. Within few simple steps, you can install TV antenna by taking some safety precautions.

  1. Before, you begin with the procedure; wear a pair of durable gloves.
  2. Now, choose the right antenna for the connection.
  3. Then prepare for the installation and carry a well-equipped first-aid kit along with you.
  4. After that, install the mounting brackets with the available screws.
  5. Now, assemble the antenna by using the manual instructions.
  6. Afterwards you can attach the antenna pole by deciding an appropriate location.
  7. Now, place the antenna on the pole and adjust it accordingly.
  8. Then, secure the antenna by tightening the sleeve bolts and run a cable line on a temporary basis.
  9. Now, grounding the installation is an important step. Connect the antenna wires to the grounding coaxial wire. Secure the whole setup and seal the hole in the end.
  10. Finally, connect the antenna to your TV.

Mounting antenna is a professional task conducted by highly experienced and trained technicians. Therefore, do not try to mount a TV or radio antenna on your own.

There are different locations where antennas can be mounted according to the signal connection and of course, the type of antenna that you’re selecting. So, here’s the overview of the antenna mounting.


Basically, there are two types of roof mounts i.e. base mount and tripod mount. Tripod roof mounts are considered to be stronger and rigid than the base roof mount. The mounting of the tripod is at the high level and maintain its stability.


There are many types of wall mount brackets available in the market. While installing a wall mount, make sure that you space the brackets for stronger installation.


The antennas can be installed in attic especially when strong signals are present there. If there’s any sort of obstruction or the attic is shallow, then there’s no chance of installation of the antenna.


If your antenna is becoming rusty, or if it’s not picking up the signal properly, then it is an appropriate time to replace your antenna. Basically, old antennas can become frayed and loose from the roof, due to which you can encounter several problems like shaky signals and bad connectivity.

When you’re watching TV or listening to a radio, the slightest of disturbance in the connection can spoil the mood. Whether it is a radio antenna or TV antenna, both can get frayed or rusty after four to five years. Thus, it becomes essential to replace the antenna for the best signal quality.

In comparison to cable, TV antenna is always better as it offers amazing signal quality without any sort of interruption. The installation of an antenna isn’t a simple process because there are many crucial factors that need to be considered including exact location, selection of right antenna and alignment.


When a TV antenna is installed, then there are some materials which can create an obstruction in the signal such as metal siding, radiant barrier, bricks etc. These materials can become an obstacle and reduce the incoming signal for proper TV connection.

It is recommended that the antenna should be installed either on the roof or mounted on the wall to avoid bad connectivity and shaky signals. Moreover, while installing the antenna, height is one of the main factors which should be considered beforehand. The TV antenna should be mounted at an appropriate height to avoid all the obstructions.

PHLAdvisor is providing the best outdoor TV antennas for your home entertainment. They offer premium quality of TV antenna with standard coaxial cable.


Antennas are used to receive and transmit signals. There are majorly two categories of an antenna, one is Very High Frequency (VHF) and the other one is Ultra High Frequency (UHF). They both pickup and transmit different range of frequency.

Whenever the length of the elements in an antenna is calculated, the primary consideration is longer wavelength. VHF antennas have longer wavelength because of the lower frequency. On the other hand, UHF antennas have shorter wavelengths. And, that’s the reason UHF antennas are little shorter than the VHF antennas.

The design of the VHF antenna is “Rabbit ears.” On the other side, UHF antennas are designed in a more complex configuration. Some of the common configurations of the UHF antenna are a ring or a loop, a bowtie and some other shapes.

Now, one of the main differences between UHF and VHF antennas is television reception. VHF antennas can receive only radio frequency channels 2 through 13. On the other hand, UHF antennas receive radio frequency channels 14 through 83. Channel 3 is assigned to the megahertz range of 60 to 6 and channel 2 is assigned to the megahertz range of 54 to 60.

Hopefully, you must have understood the basic wavelength difference between the UHF and VHF antennas. UHF and VHF is an outdoor antenna which receives and transmits different range of frequencies.


Yes, all coaxial cable antennas or FM radio antennas coaxial cables should be grounded. Under National Electrical Code, it is important that the antenna pole and the coaxial cable should be bonded to the home’s ground conductor system, which is a ground rod installed at the power meter and breaker box. Also, you have to use new metal antennas covered with plastic.

TV signals are generated from electricity and the antennas are designed to capture this electricity. If there is a thunderbolt, your normal antennas will invite it faster than any other device. Even you have to pay a lot for it. We know that it barely happens that lighting is hitting anyone’s house but the precaution is better than cure.

The main reason for grounding the Antenna and Coaxial cables is to protect you against any indirect strikes and unwanted electrical energies. The energy from the thunderbolt is so powerful that it can create a threat for the electrical systems that are not underground.


If you want to hook up the Antenna to multiple TV’s, you must use an Antenna Splitter. Using this device it becomes very easy to connect a single antenna to multiple TV units in the house. Mounting an antenna on your roof and running some coaxial cable with the help of TV splitter can lead to less than astral results.

To Hook up the antenna to multiple TVs, follow these 5 steps:

  • Buy the best coaxial cable.
  • It will solve the problem of signal loss up to half compared to other cable networks.

  • Do use an outdoor antenna. (This process is optional)
  • Enhance the antenna’s position for your main TV.
  • Choose the best Antenna Splitter.
  • An antenna splitter helps in balancing the signals.

  • Keep a cable splitter as an alternative.
  • It may happen that signals splitters. In that case, use an alternative cable splitter.

    This process can be used for FM stereo antenna hook up.


Installing an Antenna Outlet is simple, but getting the best signal strength is a little difficult. There can be many factors that you need to keep in mind: The right antenna selection, alignment, and the exact location.

So here are some common issues that an Antenna Outlet face:

  1. There can be some issue with the outlet inside your home. Sometimes the connectors may become loose, causing the problems with reception. The problem may be because the antenna outlet is not connected to the cable that runs to the external antenna.
  2. The direction of the antenna face can a big effect on the overall reception. If you have moved it towards the wrong direction, it may cause some issues.
  3. With the network upgrade, you need to check that which antenna are you using, either upgraded or old. If you are using the old antenna, it might not be to send the digital signals to your TV unit. Here you need to upgrade your antenna outlet.
  4. Sometimes the fly lead of your antenna gets broken. It is the TV antenna wall outlet. Here you need to get it changed.


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by Low Hardy on PHLAdvisor

A very professional antenna installation service. The technician took some time in locating our address but the antenna installation was quick