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These days we expect good cell phone coverage but to ensure that our cellular carriers have networks that don’t drop our calls mid sentence or make us experience spotty service even within the walls of our homes, proper infrastructure needs to be put in place to support the growing numbers of cell phone users. 91% of us say cell service is as important as deodorant and more important than TV and coffee but no one wants to think about hardware that’s in place to support our cell phone use, let alone see it. Would you want to see steel towers with loads of transmitters on top situated in the middle of fields, among rolling hills, or among leafy trees? Most likely not.
With 7 out of 10 homeowners are concerned with the appearance of the cell towers, we can all agree that we hate the appearance of cell service structures that are not camouflaged but we love having the service. Hiding in plain sight are cellular service structures cleverly disguised as trees that stand higher than those around them, an unusually tall flag pole, or trees that don’t quite match the ones around them.
Cleverly concealed cell phone towers come courtesy of Stealth Concealments. While their name says it all, they are masters of taking a cell phone tower and camouflaging it. Concealments can range anywhere from steeples on top of churches, to smoke stacks on buildings. They’ll even build trees with branches and leaves! That’s dedication to your cell phone service!
From 2003 to 2013, cell site locations have nearly increased by 50%. There are roughly 21 cell sites to every McDonalds in America. Growing numbers of cellular towers means that they’re more common than ever.
If there are ugly cell phone towers in your neighborhood, you have the choice to have them concealed. Generally, cell service provider’s pay for the concealment, but in some cases private owners will foot the bill. The best news, community members should never have to pay to camouflage a cell tower!
If you’re looking at a cell tower out of your window right now, you can ask for it to be concealed by contacting your local community leaders. If you know a cell tower is coming to your community, you can ask for zoning regulations to be added via the city’s zoning laws. You can go to http://www.stealthtowerpower.com to learn more about Stealth Concealments and what they offer the community
There many ways to go about hiding cell towers that are an eyesore but sharing your opinion is where it must start!
I was compensated by Stealth Concealments for this post and share their graphics but all opinions are my own.