Utility easements give operators the legal right to access parts of private property to construct, maintain, inspect, or repair our network infrastructure.  Easements are typically found on the property’s deed and are transferred if the property is sold.  While we have permission to work within the easement on your property, it does not grant us any ownership of your property.

Utility easements might be located near the sidewalk, or they could be located in your backyard.  These easements may already contain utility infrastructure such as poles, aboveground cabinets, and underground enclosures.

To learn more, visit HunterFiber.com/Easements