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Here's your pre-installation checklist

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Your pre-installation checklist

Before your engineer arrives to install your service there are a few things you need to be aware of and consider.  Here's the checklist from the video:

  • We'll install two boxes, one inside your property and one outside.  To connect them, we'll need to drill a small hole through the wall from the inside of your property. If you want to know how the boxes will look you'll find some photos under the 'what to expect step by step' section below.
  • If a ladder is required during the installation, our engineer may need to drill temporary holes outside your property to work safely.  Don't worry as the engineer will fill the holes and leave it neat and tidy.
  • If you're renting the property where we're installing the service please get your landlord's permission for us to drill a hole through the wall.
  • Make sure you can be around for the whole appointment timeslot. Your engineer should have you up and running within three hours of their arrival but external work can sometimes take a little longer than expected. 
  • If there are any building works, scaffolding or other home improvements going on that could get in our way when installing your service, please contact your service provider to reschedule your appointment to a date and time after any obstruction will have been removed.
  • You can watch the video again below to remind you what to expect on the day of the FTTP installation and what you can do to get ready to be connected.

See you soon.

What to expect - step by step

  • 1. Installing the junction box on the outside of your property

    A small junction box, around 15cm x 13 cm, will be fitted on the outside of your property

    We'll then run a fibre optic cable from a nearby telegraph pole or underground to the junction box.

    Full Fibre box on the outside wall of a house
  • 2. Fitting the box inside your property

    A much smaller cable will be run inside your home and attached to another box on the inside of your property.  This box will be around 13cm x 11cm.

    Just a heads up, we'll need to drill a hole through the wall to enable us to connect the two boxes. If you're renting the property please make sure you get your landlord's permission for us to drill a hole. This will be 12mm wide and you can tell the engineer where you'd like them to drill.

    Full Fibre box inside house
  • 3. Plugging in your router

    The last step is for your engineer to plug your router into the box they've installed on the inside of your property. The box and router will both need mains power so need to be installed near to a double power socket and the hole drilled through your wall.

    Finally, your engineer will test your new Full Fibre connection on one of your preferred devices to make sure you're happy with the installation.

Need to change your appointment or have a question about your service?

If the appointment slot you've been given is inconvenient please contact your service provider to reschedule your appointment to a date and time that works for you.

If you have questions around your phone, broadband or TV services please contact your service provider. They have all your details and will be able to help you resolve any issues you may have.