Problems with your fiber optic cable can mean problems with your internet connection. So, when there’s a disruption to your network, you want it taken care of right away. Here are a few signs you need to call us to help with the fiber optic cable repair process.
1. Broken Cables
During the installation process, fiber optic cables should not be excessively stretched or bent too much. Although they can withstand some degree of stretching and bending, this can take a toll on the cable and make it more likely to need repairs. We can come in and complete the fiber optic cable repair process if your cable is broken or bent in certain spots.
2. Cables with Faulty Splices
It is incredibly common for fiber optic cables to have several splices in them. But these splices need to be done by someone who knows what they’re doing. Otherwise, you could experience ongoing signal loss for your network. If your cable has faulty splices in it, we can come in and rectify the situation to ensure the strength of your signal.
3. Cables with too Many Splices
Even though it is normal for fiber optic cables to have several connectors and splices, problems can occur if there are too many splices in one area. In places where there are an excessive number of connectors and splices, signal loss will usually occur. We can complete the fiber optic cable repair process to help you fix this problem.