This communal Aerial in Warwick was on a 16ft mast and had worked loose in the recent storms. I added another bracket and reinstalled it to make it good and secure. Just goes to show having the right equipment for the bigger jobs means you get the job done correctly.
Communal (shared) aerials, typical in blocks of flats, are normally maintained by the system’s owner. This is often the landlord or agent, though it could be a residents’ management committee. Although you can check the connecting leads within your home, please do not try to check for aerial problems before speaking to the landlord or owner. It may well be the owner’s responsibility to call in an aerial installer such as Aerials and Sky Local at their expense – not yours. If they are unwilling, check with neighbours – more complaints will strengthen your case.
Communal aerials – Having the right equipment for the bigger jobs
Communal aerial systems – If you receive television reception from a communal aerial system, for example you live in a block of flats; you should contact your landlord or aerial contractor for help rather then try and solve any problems yourself..
Owners of Communal Aerial systems – If you own a communal aerial system as a landlord or for your business (for example, TV retailer) and you require assistance investigating interference, you can call us on 01386 770 020 or 07947 497904 for help and advice. Working on high roofs can be dangerous and you need the right equipment for the bigger jobs.