How long does fiber construction take?
We typically shoot for 6 to 10 months for a fiber network to become fully operational. However, the timeline for installing fiber in the home is dependent on several factors such as the number of miles of fiber that need to be constructed, and the number of homes on the fiber construction list. The construction process is broken up into six phases:
Phase 1: Plowing main line conduit
Phase 2: Blowing the fiber into the main line conduit
Phase 3: Plowing a smaller conduit to the home
Phase 4: Blowing or pulling the fiber to the home
Phase 5: Splicing the fiber to provide connectivity to the home
Phase 6: Connecting the home using a router and providing WiFi throughout the home.
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