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Droar
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thinking of switching to Fios, wondering if they will need to dig up my lawn during installation?

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@Droar wrote:

thinking of switching to Fios, wondering if they will need to dig up my lawn during installation?


Are you living in a location that had FiOS previously? If so, they shouldn't need to do anything with your lawn.

 

If there has never been FiOS at that location before, then they will most likely need to bury a line in your yard. I have seen some horror stories about people's sprinklers/yards/etc. being messed up by the install, but when they installed our line it was very well done. They dug a shallow trench and flipped the sod, placed the line, then flipped it back. Within a week, you couldn't even tell they had been there.

 

I would definitely recommend marking any sprinkler lines before the install just to be on the safe side.

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