Super Shroud is featured in AGL Magazine

It’s another frigid day, and you’re 100 feet up in the air, servicing a cell tower. Perhaps you are on a ladder leaning against a rooftop concealment shroud overlooking a parapet.

First, you have to remove the existing multi-piece concealment shroud, which means removing plastic screws that, on a cold day, can break.

But that’s OK, because after so many maintenance services, many of the screws have already been lost, and you’re amused that the shroud is even staying on at all.

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