FIBRE TO THE HOME
Execulink Telecom is excited to bring the next generation of telecommunications technology to a wide variety of towns in Southwestern Ontario! You can find updated status information and service maps by navigating using the tabs above.
Fibre optics are next generation cables used to deliver digital signals to homes and businesses. Fibre replaces traditional, out-of-date copper wiring previously installed in the neighbourhoods and office buildings with a more modern connection capable of delivering the new generation of phone, internet and TV services.
Fibre to the Home refers to the connection brought directly to your home, in comparison to other “Fibre” projects where the lines are brought only to your neighbourhood, where the connection and speeds are shared with your neighbours.
Worried about switching over to Fibre from your current services? Don't! We strive to make it a stress-free process from beginning to end.
Whether you want Internet, Phone, or TV, or want to save on your monthly bill by bundling, we have a variety of packages that will work for you. Please visit these links below and enter your postal code for more accurate information.
Higher Quality & Greater Reliability
Execulink’s Fibre to the Home network provides the most robust, secure and cost-effective solution for bringing truly high-speed broadband to individual homes.
Fibre has the capability to transport virtually unlimited bandwidth. This will accommodate today’s demand for high speed connections as well as the advanced applications of tomorrow – whether voice, video or internet.
Deploying a Fibre to the Home Network has not only allowed Execulink to improve our current phone and internet services, but we can now offer TV services. You can now get all three services on one bill from a company that has been operating in Southwestern Ontario for over 100 years, complete with live and local customer support.
We believe in the power of Fibre and we think you will too. That's why we are so excited to be delivering Fibre to all the towns listed below and more to come. We are always looking to expand our Fibre reach, so check back again if you don't see your town listed here!
Click on a town below to see the map of the Fibre project in that area. Please note that highlighted boxes represent areas where Fibre will be installed based on demand.
Ilderton - Timberwalk Subdivision
We want to be transparent about the process of installation, which potentially requires digging on your property. However, we assure you that we are committed to cleaning up our mess to your satisfaction. We will repair any damage to your lawn using our hydroseeding method which you can find more information about below.
PLEASE NOTE: If you would NOT like us to hydroseed your lawn, please contact us immediately at 1.866.765.2282 so we can make a note of that for future reference.
What is Hydroseeding?
Hydroseeding (or hydraulic mulch seeding, hydro-mulching, hydraseeding) is a planting process that uses a slurry of seed and mulch. It is often used as an erosion control technique on construction sites, as an alternative to the traditional process of broadcasting or sowing dry seed.
The Benefits of Hydroseeding
Here are some of the reasons why we chose the method of Hydroseeding to reseed your lawn:
Lawn Care Tips
Follow the tips below after the hydroseeding process to achieve the perfect lawn!
A new lawn should ideally be watered 3-4 times each day for the first 2-2½ weeks, with a watering cycle of normally 15-20 minutes. The lawn should be kept lightly damp and water should not run or puddle on the lawn. Watch the weather and adjust your watering accordingly. Under hot conditions, more watering may be required.
As soon as the lawn is 3 inches high it is time for the first cut. Subsequent cuttings should be done often and more than 1/3 of the grass should be cut off at one time. Do not collect grass clippings the first couple of times; allow the clippings to fall on the lawn and be used as a mulching compost.
Your new lawn should be fertilized, with a high nitrogen fertilizer (such as 34-17-0 or 26-14-0-6) again in about 4 weeks after initial seeding and application. Fertilizing too early will burn the grass, and possibly kill the new lawn.
4. Weed Control
Do not use weed control products on new young grass because at this stage it may react severely to those chemicals and die. Weeds germinate quicker than grass seed therefore, do not be concerned when weeds appear. As the grass becomes established, many weeds cannot survive the grass root system and will be choked out. Do not put fertilizer with a Weed Killer on your new lawn until it is at least 3 months old.
We Value Your Feedback!
When we finish cleaning up we like to make sure that it's done to your total satisfaction. If you have any feedback, please contact us at 1.866.765.2282 and we would be happy to listen and answer and questions or concerns you might have.