I would like to re-route my satellite coax. It was installed going into the attic & diplexed with my OTA antenna coax. This connects to a whole house splitter then to the Dish triplexer and another 4-way splitter. Short story - the installer explained I could then watch satellite on any outlet attached to the whole house 4-way splitter. It does work, but I hardly ever watch TV other than the main HDTV. Problem is I’m losing OTA signal strength going through the splitters. So I want to run the sat coax down the outside of my 2 story townhouse & have it come in where the pre-existing entry point was that was used by Comcast cable. It would then bypass everything inside the house. The downspout is nowhere near this area, so I’d have to somehow attach the coax to the siding on the upper half and to brick on the lower half. I’ve seen coax clips for siding, but for brick all the attachments that I find on the Internet require drilling & screwing. Since this is a townhouse I don’t want to drill holes in the brick. Has anyone ever epoxied clips to brick? I called the previous installer & since it’s been a while this would be like a new install & would cost about $150 to do this. So I figured if I had a long enough ladder perhaps I could rearrange things myself. Any suggestions on doing this & how to fasten the coax to the building?