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Everyone wants cell phone service, but no one wants to look at big metal towers. Larson Camouflage is helping to transform unattractive cell towers into part of the scenery. Towers can be disguised as pine trees, palm trees, cacti, flagpoles, chimneys, water towers, crosses or grain silos depending on the surrounding environment. Check out this video clip from CBS News to find out more.
Camouflaging cell towers and equipment helps keep both the neighbors and the cell users happy. It is often difficult to tell which structures or even which trees may be hiding an antenna. Larson Camouflage designs environmentally suitable coverage for antenna towers thereby eliminating the “visual pollution” of a large metal tower. “You think it, we’ll create it.” Find out more in this Fox News story.
Biz Tucson Magazine, Fall Issue 2012 – Larson Camouflage Honored for Disguised Cell Towers
AZ Business Magazine, June 7 2012 – Manufacturer of the Year Awards 2012
Biz Tucson, June 23 2010 – A Growing Business by Christy Krueger
Washington Post, July 12 2006 – Missing the Tower for the Trees by Arshed Mohammed