EFV SAFETY DEVICE INSTALLATION
If you have a natural gas service line to your Single-Family Residence, Multifamily Residence, or you are a small commercial customer with a single service line and a known customer load not exceeding 1000 SCFH, and don’t already have an Excess Flow Valve, you have the right to request one be installed on your service line.
Excess Flow Valves, or EFVs, are safety devices that are designed to shut off the flow of natural gas automatically if the service line were to break downstream of the EFV. (Note: It will not prevent small leaks or leaks occurring past the service regulator.)
If you decide that you want to have an EFV installed, and qualify based upon the above guidelines, we will install one at a mutually agreeable date. You will be responsible for the cost of the installation and any future maintenance or replacement costs associated with the EFV. These costs will be determined on a ‘time and material’ basis. If interested, contact our office for an estimate.
Why Natural Gas?
• Lower cost & better comfort
• Higher quality heat
• Reliable & safe
• A natural occurring energy source
• Made in the USA
Minimize Your Bill
• Install a programmable thermostat
• Keep window shades and draperies open during the day
• Have your furnace serviced
Natural Gas Tips
How to identify a possible gas leak:
rotten egg or sulfur odor
blowing or hissing sound