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  Reply # 755260 3-Feb-2013 22:28
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timmmay:

Can fiber go into the house without digging a huge trench in the lawn? I just had a new lawn put down, it's finally taking off, I'd hate to dig it up again! It never goes back down quite right, you have to sow and do it again from seed really.


going off topic, but i've just laid some new lawn using http://www.woolgro.co.nz/ and its coming along nicely!  I'll post some pics in a new thread once its all done




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InstallerUFB:
timmmay: I have Telecom copper coming into the house overhead, and Telstra Clear cable. Going in overhead would be ideal, but if the UFB is underground not sure how they'd manage that.


UFB might be underground down the street (it is also built up poles and arial along pole lines) - but will be connected overhead if your copper/cable services come in that way at present


Good to know thanks :-)

Regs: going off topic, but i've just laid some new lawn using http://www.woolgro.co.nz/ and its coming along nicely!  I'll post some pics in a new thread once its all done


Sounds pretty good. I prefer to grow from seed myself. I use hydroseed once but the guy was so hopeless and gave such bad advice we had to tear it out afterwards.




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