How To Determine If Your Rooftop Cell Site Lease is in Default

In our professional opinion, at lease thirty percent (30%) of rooftop cell sites are in default of their lease agreements according to the cell site lease experts at Tower Genius. Can a rooftop cell site audit determine if your rooftop…

How To Determine If Your Rooftop Cell Site Lease is in Default

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In our professional opinion, at lease thirty percent (30%) of rooftop cell sites are in default of their lease agreements according to the cell site lease experts at Tower Genius.

Can a rooftop cell site audit determine if your rooftop wireless carrier tenant is in default of their lease agreement? Yes !

The most common defaults we find regularly for cell tower landlords primarily with rooftop cell sites are that the carriers (T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon Wireless, AT&T and US Cellular) are taking up more space on the rooftop than they are allowed to in their lease agreement.

Sometimes their platforms are larger. Sometimes they expand the platforms their equipment rests on. Occasionally they add antennas, or relocate antennas or other equipment that are not included in the leased Premises.

Additionally cell site landlords with rooftop carriers who did not install a direct electrical meter often lose track of reading their electric sub-meter and are owed money.

If a non-monetary default exists on your rooftop cell site, you as a landlord will likely have a chance to amend your lease agreement and improve your rental stream.

We’d love to hear from you. Call Tower Genius at 888-313-9750 and tell us that you want us to take a look at your rooftop and rooftop cell site lease.

Or you can schedule a call with Tower Genius today, visit: https://towergenius.as.me/schedule.php

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