Location of the satellite dish
The installer mounts the satellite dish in an appealing location for the customer. The site needs a clear view of the southern sky, unblocked by trees or buildings. The location could be a roof or balcony, or another location as long as the dish is outside. Permission from landlord or HOA
DIRECTV installation sometimes needs structural modifications. Individual agreements may have restrictions. Review your lease, rental agreement, or covenants, conditions and restrictions (CC&Rs). If there is a permission need, get it before scheduling your installation.
Go to the article Landlord approval letter for DIRECTV
and learn how to get service if you’re renting a home. Satellite Dish Relocation
Sometimes a customer may want to move a satellite dish after installation. Sign into AT&T Troubleshoot and Resolve
to schedule a service appointment. There is a fee for relocating a satellite dish. Do you have questions about returning or recycling old equipment? Visit the article Return your DIRECTV equipment