By now, you probably know that you don’t want to be in the position of having to pay for an antenna that’s too big or too small.
The problem with that is that when you’re trying to mount antennas to a building, the size of your antenna is going to make the antenna bigger and more complicated.
You can always get around that by using something else that has the exact same antenna size as your existing antenna.
But there are a few things you can do to make sure that the antenna is small enough to mount in the exact correct location, or else it might just go completely unnoticed.1.
Use a good, low-power antennaThere’s no need to pay an antenna company to mount an antenna.
They usually provide a low-voltage, non-polarized antenna that you can use to mount your antenna in a way that doesn’t require additional power.
And, since you’ll be mounting your antenna somewhere that isn’t directly under a building’s ceiling, you can easily mount it anywhere on the roof.
A cheap antenna is usually about the same size as a good inexpensive one, so you should be able to easily get away with mounting your new antenna there.2.
Use something smallerIf you want to mount a low power antenna on your roof, you might want to consider using a simple, inexpensive antenna.
Just remember that a low voltage antenna is generally a better antenna for use on roofs than a high voltage antenna, and a high power antenna is better for use under buildings than on a roof.
For example, if you have a 3.5-foot high roof and a 2.5 foot tall, 10-foot wide wall, the 2.8-foot diameter of the 2-foot antenna won’t fit well under the roof because of the thickness of the wall.
If you’re going to mount the antenna in the wall, you should get a higher voltage, high power, nonpolar antenna that will fit the wall perfectly.
You might want a 2-inch diameter antenna, or you might get a 3-inch, 10 foot diameter antenna.
In either case, you’ll want to make your antenna smaller than the antenna you have already.3.
Use the right antennaFor most antennas, it’s best to buy a decent antenna that is rated for the specific area you’re using it in.
If the antenna’s designed to be used on a building or near a building and you don