I want to try Starlink at my house. It would have to be on the roof to get a good view of the sky. Starlink appears to send clients a self-install kit and does not do any installation services. I'm guessing installation would involve screwing the dish on the roof somehow, and then punching a hole in the exterior wall so that the cable can come into the house.
My house has two floors so the roof is quite high up - it seems a bit dangerous. Also I'd be worried that if I do something wrong when installing it would cause a leak in the roof.
Also, what if I decide later that I don't want to use it, and want to remove the dish? Will it be easy to patch the holes in the roof and the wall?
I called one roofing service in my area, and they said they do not install satellite dishes. They were able to suggest only asking the cable company, which in Starlink's case doesn't work. I'm assuming a different company such as Spectrum would refuse to install a rival provider's antenna. How do you even find someone to do dish installs (and de-installs) on your house?