Is RHR cost-effective compared to building my own station?

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Absolutely! The cost to build most of the RHR stations is prohibitive for many hams. A typical 72-foot crank-up tower with tribander, 40m Yagi, and a WARC antenna would cost upwards of $40,000 to have professionally installed.

RHR sites cost much more than the typical one-tower setup because we provide top-of-the line antennas and equipment, including monoband stacks and 80/160m verticals and phased arrays.

Access to our sites is a fraction of what is would cost to build a comparable station. For example, it would take many years to equal the initial cost of a $40,000 tower installation – not counting the ongoing maintenance and headaches of the tower, antennas, and equipment. Don’t forget, if you build your own station you are limited to just ONE station! Today we have 18 and counting! We handle everything for you. Our goal is to deliver the absolute best amateur radio experience in the world.