Nice job. The bottom of my dish is actually only about 3.5 feet off the ground, but it has never caused any problems. Why it was originally installed that low I don't know, but it is VERY sturdy, and because of where it is (somewhat ensconced in an inward bending corner of the house) it is always above the snowline, even if we get four feet or more. He used a good amount of Sakrete when installing it.
Plus, it makes it easy to clean off. I can actually reach it from my bedroom window with a long pole and a Webster on the end. LOL.
adjusting your dish yourself since it voids warranty... We'll pretend we didn't see anything. Understandable you would want to do this since it would take a while for the tech to come out.Hahaha, good one. I tried for several months to get my original installer/dealership to come out and repoint my dish after it flopped. He never showed.
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