Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Stealth Concealment Expands Due To Tower Restrictions

Stealth Concealment was the first to engineer and construct the wireless industry’s first antenna concealments and with the growing number of restrictions on cell towers, Stealth Concealment’s business is booming.

The North Charleston Patch reported that, “The company recently expanded its Low country presence. In June, Stealth moved from a 19,000-square-foot facility near the Charleston International Airport to a 68,000-square-foot building at the intersection of Ashley Phosphate Road and Palmetto Commerce Parkway.”

Since 1992, Stealth Concealment has been constructing these concealed towers and now that more people are disconnecting their landlines and relying heavily on their cell phones, more towers are going to be needed. However, no one wants a 150-foot cell tower in their neighborhood. This is why Stealth Concealment’s business will be growing over the next few years. They specialize in rooftop concealments, tower concealments, steeple concealments, DAS Concealments, Tree & Pole Concealments, Silo Concealments, and Custom Concealments.

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