Construction FAQs

How can I stay informed throughout the construction process?
You will receive various emails providing information on the benefits of Bluepeak Fiber Internet.
How long will construction take?
Once construction begins in your neighborhood, it takes about 60 days for fiber service to be up and running in your area.
What should I do to make sure Bluepeak avoids my pet, sprinkler system, fence, sump pump line, or other underground items in my yard during construction?
Construction crews approach your yard with the assumption that there may be private utilities located underground and will do their best to avoid these. If you would like to take an extra precautionary step, please mark areas of concern with pink or white flags or landscape-safe paint to alert crews of the need for caution.
Will Bluepeak make sure my property is left as it was before construction started?
Our crews will do everything they can to minimize any impact to your property. Once construction is complete and weather permits, we’ll restore lawns in areas where digging occurred. If your yard isn't to your satisfaction following construction please fill out the form here and we will contact you.
When can I remove the utility marking flags or paint in my yard?
So that we can minimize the disruption on your property, we strongly encourage you to leave markers and paint in place until construction of the network is complete. Utility flags are placed to avoid any disturbances or accidents in the area while work is ongoing, therefore you should not remove utility flags in your yard. Different colored flags signal the different utilities: blue for water, yellow for oil and gas, orange for telecommunications, etc. Any paint markings aren't permanent and should fade over time. We’ll let you know when construction is complete and you can remove the markings.