We offer exceptional fiber optic splicing solutions for both aerial and underground systems.
If you are one of the forward-thinking communities that has invested in fiber optic cable, there may come a time when you need the fiber optic splicing services that we offer at GP Associates, Inc. We perform splicing and repairs of fiber optic cables, both underground and aerial. If there has been damage to the lines, you have a new customer desiring fiber optic service, or you are looking to expand into another area and need fiber optic splicing to continue the service, we are equipped to handle the project whether it is a small job or a large one.
In addition to doing fiber optic splicing for corporate or large-scale projects, we are also equipped to aid residential customers in the Knightdale, North Carolina area. If you have inadvertently cut or damaged the fiber optic cable on your property and your service provider expects you to cover it, call on us to make the repair for you. We can also handle fiber optic splicing at the street for initial installation, if desired, whether your access is aerial or underground.
We have the expertise to use the most reliable fiber optic splicing techniques for the application at hand so you can be confident that a permanent connection and lower level of loss signal has been accomplished. We are experienced with fiber optic splicing for both single-mode and multimode optical fiber.
If you have any questions about our fiber optic splicing services or any of our professional and underground services, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
FAQs About Fiber Optics Splicing
Our team at GP Associates, Inc. has decades of experience in the fiber optic industry, and one of the many services we offer is fiber optics splicing. Over the years, we have received many questions on this subject, so we have put together the answers to a few of our most frequently asked inquiries to save you some time.
What is fiber optics splicing?
How does fiber optics splicing work?
There are two main methods of fiber optics splicing. In the first method, known as mechanized splicing, optical fibers are simply held tightly together using a sleeve or clamp, with the end of each fiber lining up precisely with the start of the next. In the second method, known as fusion splicing, the ends of the fibers are heated and melted together to physically fuse them, creating an unbroken connection.
When is fiber optics splicing necessary?
Fiber optics splicing is used any time you want to extend a fiber optic connection further or create a branch in the network. Splicing services are also sometimes necessary to restore damaged cables and re-establish an interrupted network connection.
At GP Associates, Inc., we offer fiber optics splicing services for customers in Knightdale, Asheville, Charlotte, Raleigh, and Durham, North Carolina, and all along the Eastern Seaboard, including Ohio, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Tennessee, West Virginia, and New Jersey.