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Easy Up Non-Penetrating Roof Mount with 53in Mast (EZ-NP-60-200)

SKU: EZ-NP-60-200

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Easy Up Non-Penetrating Roof Mount with 53 in Mast for Satellite

Discover the perfect solution for flat and tile roofs, or rental properties with the Easy Up Non-Penetrating Roof Mount. Boasting a 53” mast and sturdy base, this mount securely positions your satellite dish for optimal signal capture without needing to drill holes, maintaining the integrity of your roof.

Key Features and Benefits

  • Non-Penetrating Design: Ideal for flat and tile roofs, or rentals where drilling is not an option.
  • 53” Mast: Elevates your satellite dish to capture the strongest signal.
  • Secure Base: Simply use six standard concrete blocks (not included) for a secure fit.
  • Corrosion-Resistant: Built with 18-gauge galvanized tubing for outdoor longevity.
  • Made in the USA: Superior construction and quality, complete with installation hardware.

Technical Specifications

The Easy Up Non-Penetrating Roof Mount offers an innovative solution for secure satellite dish installation. Its 53” mast, crafted with a 2-inch OD, ensures your dish reaches high to maximize signal reception.

Secure the mount’s 35" x 28" base with six standard concrete blocks (not included), maintaining stability without compromising your roof. Despite its robust design, it remains lightweight at only 20.90 lbs, ensuring easy setup and relocation.

This mount stands the test of time, thanks to the 18-gauge galvanized tubing that combats corrosion. Adding to its allure, this roof mount is proudly made in the USA and includes all necessary installation hardware.

Boost your signal with the Easy Up Non-Penetrating Roof Mount. Order today for a fuss-free and secure installation!

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I would have been better off fabricating my own stand. Between the ridiculous instructions and missing pieces, All I got for my money was a part of a kit with bent pieces. If the entire thing weren't so cheap & cheesy, I'd have called for a replacement. As it is, it was less painful to just modify this thing so it will work. I'll fabricate the next one myself.