Hi - we have had Fibre laid in our street, so waiting on Telecom's plans before we make the call of SNAP or Orcon or Telecom.
However my question relates to the Fibre duct from the street to the house.
The house faces North, South Side is the street. Existing Telecom copper junction to the house is the SE corner.
The Fibre duct however has been delivered to the W side of the house.
The house is new (8yrs) solid concrete floors West side of the house has clean walls - and there is no internal cable duct to get from the west side of the house to the east side of the house..
The internal telecom outlet inside the house is in cabled nicely from the SW corner to the office..
I cant see an easy way to get cabling from the SW side of the house to the office.. Anyone have any thoughts or suggestions on this ? Does the delivery of fibre to the house have to use the duct that was laid ? or ?
We also had issues when the duct to the house was put it... it went thru the sewage pipes that were on the property... took a week, with diggers etc... needed lots of rework so yes Fibre comes with sewage..