(sorry I can't figure out how to rotate the photo) I suspect that the wires pictured in the attached photo are Comcast wires - the cord entering the siding near the bottom left of the photo goes into a cable TV hookup in a bedroom, and the other two split off from there to end at the top right of the picture, seemingly going nowhere. I just noticed this today, it could have been that way for awhile. All three wires originate from the same box on my front porch. I'm not sure if this is intentional or needs to be looked at. Any thoughts?
Can't see your pic. Since you are a new poster, it likely needs to be approved by a Forum Admin.
You could try hosting it at one of those free third-party pic hosting sites and post the link to it here.
Now that I say that, though, I actually don't use the nearby outlet anymore (took the TV out), so I'm not sure that that particular one works. No issues with internet or other TV service, though. I remember they had to do some drilling to get that outlet installed, would they have cut cables as part of that? Or is there a reason cables would need to be running up to my roof and maybe they are damaged? I just have no idea how any of it works.
Still can't see your pic BTW......... Unless there are electrical power wires there, coax cable does NOT carry a voltage that is dangerous.
I can't see a picture, but coax cables are virtually never dangerous (extremely rare for a coax cable to have voltage on it because of a problem inside the home, for example bad electrical outlets backfeeding voltage through equipment attached to coax). Don't worry about that. The only dangerous wires are power. The only power wires outside are from a power pole to your power meter and then inside the house. All other wiring is not dangerous. Because I can't see your picture I can't comment specifically. But I will say, are all these exposed wires hooked up to Comcast? The only way to tell is to follow the wires back to your house box and look inside (watch out for wasps!). If they are not in use they should not be connected to anything in your house box. If they are not in use then they SHOULDN'T be connected to anything in your house box. All wires past the house box are your property to do with as you please. If they are in poor shape and not in use, they are doing nothing for you and likely would need replacement to reconnected unused rooms that the lines currently feed into.