Routing a Freesat Aerial Cable
I hope someone here has tried this or something similar before and will be able to enlighten me.
I have Freesat HD run into my living room and I want to run an extra feed into the bedroom, however I can't work out the best route for the cable and the shape of my bungalow makes things a bit awkward. The way I see it I have three choices.
1 From dish, down the wall, then along the outside walls to the bedroom, this requires a cable run of approx 30 metres which has 7 bends in it.
2 Follow current terrestrial aerial route, which is up wall, behind fascia, across flat roof, behind fascia again, then cable tied to the drainpipe, this requires a cable run of approx 24 metres and has 5 bends in it. I am concerned however that the current aerial cable is liable to sit in a pool of water if it rains heavily.
3 Straight through wall behind Freesat dish, into attic roof space, along attic and then dropped through bedroom ceiling, this requires a cable run of 11 metres and has 3 bends in it. Are there any particular pitfalls with this route? I can't work why the previous aerial contractor used the route across the flat roof when this would have been easier and simpler to my untrained eye. Is there something that prevents aerial cable being run through an attic?
Any advice from anyone who knows about these things greatly appreciated.