We were lucky. We had constantly checked whether the order was still valid until the techs finally visited us because it was canceled before without notifying us. They brought the same kind of equipment and tools that the previous techs had. Again, they didn't seem to be interested in serious work like previous guys. After checking the situation, one of them left saying they need approval for this kind of job. But, fortunately, the other guy thought he could make it happen. He figured out the way out to bury the line across our neighbors and our driveway. It was possible because our driveway is not fully paved and covered with pebbles half-way. So he drilled the hole through the unpaved part of the driveway and ran the line. Now we are waiting for another visit for the final connection.
In my opinion, it seems it highly depends on the difficulty of the installation, and the techs are not willing to do extra work for tricky situations. It totally depends on their decision whether to work on it or just skip it and move to the next customer. Then, the next techs will come and go... this will repeat again and again...just my thought.
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