- Under ordinary circumstances, we do not allow the antennas to be mounted on the roofs of the buildings. This is because our experience has been that the potential for damage to the roof and consequent leaks from melting snow and ice or heavy rain is too great.
- The City of Philadelphia is now considering an ordinance that would prohibit mounting antennas on the "street facades" of buildings as well unless it can be demonstrated that no other location is feasible. Anticipating the passage of this ordinance, we will no longer allow mounting on these locations, either.
Please keep these factors in mind when you make your arrangements with the satellite TV provider.
In most cases, we have found that side or rear locations with attachment to window frames, bays, or brick walls work satisfactorily. If this doesn't prove possible, contact the office and we will try to make special arrangements.
Note, however, that we will reserve the right to remove satellite antennas that have been installed without permission, and that tenants are responsible for either removing them when they leave or making arrangements for the new occupants to assume responsibility for them.