Jul 13, 2020
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PUD 3 operates a vibratory plow for the installation of underground MicroDuct conduit to run fiber to your home.
If your electrical service runs underground, sometimes the most challenging part of getting fiber optic broadband is the last little bit of distance from the road to your home. PUD 3 can help.
A vibratory plow is a clever machine that cuts and shakes the earth to install a flexible conduit at the appropriate depth that creates a path to pull fiber cable through. The best part is, there is very little impact to the area once the work is complete. Check out the video below to learn more:
If fiber is available in your area, once you submit a fiber optic construction application, a PUD engineer will visit your home to help you determine an appropriate route to run the underground conduit and fiber lines. Here are a few things to keep in mind throughout the process: