I've been given conflicting advice by two companies looking to improve my satellite signal and I hope that someone can advise me. My satellite dish is quite low - about 15 feet off the ground and has tress about 120 feet away in the direct line it is facing. My dish is, I am told, a very basic zone 1 dish produced on the cheap. When we get heavy rain the signal strength and quality deteriorate and when it's really bad we lose the signal completely. I have been using a sky digital box but now use a Freesat TV One company is saying that the trees are the problem and they just need to resite the dish higher - I mentioned a larger dish and they are happy to do that but were not going to. The second company say that the trees are too far away to matter and the dish needs replacing with a Zone 2 but does not need resisting. They suggested that heavy rain can cause a zone 2 to deteriorate to the level of a zone 1 in good conditions. Can anyone advise?