Nearly a year ago I had DirecTV installed, and the installer drilled a hole through the siding in through the drywall to feed in the coax. He explained that with a basic install, nothing fancy can be expected. Well, at the time it wasn't really a problem, even though it's the front of the house. I just removed some large bushes from in front of the house and find that the coax is completely exposed and hanging from the hole that was drilled, across the ground, and runs around the corner of the house to the back where the splitter is. First, it looks ugly, second, anyone who had a malicious thought could snip that coax, and there goes my directv.
I don't really want to push the coax back through the sealed hole in order to run it through a conduit, along with some sort of housing that could screw into the siding where the hole is, and I've got the problem solved with flexible split conduit, but can't seem to find a housing or something with a 90 degree angle to place over the hole that can be connected to the flexible conduit. What would something like that be called?