We decided to move the antenna to the back of the property. Aside from being an eyesore on top of a historic home, we could not get a signal in the summer due to the trees on our property.
This involved trenching about 800 feet to the back of the property where the trees end.
Then, we dug a hole, sunk a pole, then mounted the antenna on that pole.
The distance required us to use a fiber optic cable to minimize signal loss, but this cable is delicate, so we had to encase it in PVC pipe. This project turned out to be more work than expected. It took 3 weekends to complete, including filling in the trench.