We have the equipment and manpower to perform your underground phone cable installation.
While many residences have eliminated landline telephone service, there will always be a need to have reliable phone services in your community. Businesses may utilize mobile telephones for their team in the field, but still utilize an office-based telephone number. Since much of your telephone company’s revenue comes from businesses that require reliable service, it is a wise choice to convert an aerial delivery system to an underground one.
At GP Associates, Inc., headquartered in Knightdale, North Carolina, we have completed underground phone cable installation and other underground utility projects in Ohio, North and South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, and can provide underground services in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Tennessee, West Virginia, New Jersey, and others, as well. We work with communities, phone companies, and others who recognize the benefits of putting phone lines underground.
We have the equipment and manpower to perform your underground phone cable installation utilizing specialized hydro-excavation and directional boring techniques. The challenges involved with traditional trenching are eliminated. Existing structures, roads, water features, parking lots, landscaping, and other obstacles are not an issue, as we simply go beneath them. Our methods are also safe when there are other underground utilities in the area, whereas traditional trenching could cause a major problem.
If you have questions about underground phone cable installation, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Our team is capable of handling any size or scope of project, so contact us today to learn more about how our services can be the solution you are looking for.
At GP Associates, Inc., we offer underground phone cable installation services for customers in Knightdale and Raleigh, 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.