Micro-trenching is the process of creating a slot in the groundwork of an existing hardscape to create a path or trench for the installation and use of fiber optic cable lines.
Conventional trenching techniques include ripping up the road or sidewalk then the excavation and laying of conduits through which fiber optic cables are fed. This procedure and the restoration of the road can be quite costly and has a significant impact on the community/environment. Heavy machinery, road closures, extensive labor hours, and weather delays are all common problems associated with conventional trenching.
Unlike conventional methods, micro-trenching is an environmentally friendly procedure that is cost efficient, fast, incurs minimal inconvenience to the community, and produces aesthetically pleasing end results. Micro-trenching supports positive relations with the affected community, ensures satisfied customers benefiting from our expanded network, and cuts down on the total cost and time to complete the project.