The company released full-year results, which shows sales rose to C$1mln from C$854,000 and have more than doubled from the C$400,000 made in 2013.
Lite Access also improved its cash position in the year to September 30, upping its reserves to C$269,000 in 2015 compared to C$57,000 at the end of the financial year 2014.
The firm swung to a C$1.6mln loss from a C$31,000 profit the year before as it looks to increase its product offerings.
Lite access uses micro-trenching technology, which cuts a one-and-a-quarter inch wide by 14-inch deep gap to fit fibre optic cables.
The significantly cheaper, and less disruptive, method allows the firm to place up to 500 metres (m) of fibre a day at around a third of the cost of traditional methods.
It then uses compressed air through tube systems to blow the fibre to its end point.
It recently announced a move to the UK market, with a trial with ScottishPower.
Shares were 1.9% higher to C$1.08.