LARGE SATELLITE DISH REMOVAL SERVICE
Large Satellite Dish Removal Service that you see in the front or backyards of homes are typically 4 to 10 feet in diameter and are made of wire mesh and solid steel. The first generation dishes are 12 to 16 feet in diameter and made of solid fiberglass. These big ugly dishes are known as the C-Band Satellite Dishes. Others may know them as “BUD” (big ugly dish) and were used in the 1970s and 1980s. These big dishes capture the free cable TV signals out of the air so they were worth purchasing. Now, cable companies like HBO and Cinemax started to encrypt their signals so they could no longer be captured. Thus rendering these dishes worthless and are waiting to be removed and hauled away.
These very old dishes are a relics of the past and are obsolete because they currently do not work with the satellite TV services like Direct TV or Dish Network. When observing these large satellite dish they are more of an eye sore and most importantly, they hurt the value of your property.
Most importantly these large satellite dish are very difficult and dangerous to remove on your own. Please do not attempt to do this yourself. Leave it for a professional to remove it safely and to handle the disposal process.
For an accurate quote to remove your large satellite dish, we need the following pictures:
- Firstly, a top to bottom, showing the height of the dish.
- Secondly, The base, showing how it is mounted to the ground, roof, or side of building.
- Thirdly, a photo of the path available to haul the parts of the removed dish to the street.
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