Your gas meter is removed from your house. What should you do to get it restored? Master Plumber Bryan Graham describes the process in this video. Call us at 281-302-6710 to get started.
Summary of What if Your Gas Meter Is Removed
If CenterPoint has removed your meter because you have a gas leak at your house, there’s a process involved in restoring your gas meter.
If you’re in the city limits, we’d need to pull a permit. It’s called a GTO permit, which stands for Gas Turn On.
Highly satisfied. I would like to recognize everyone in this organization from Mr. Graham to the office personnel, to technicians for such a good job in replacing our damaged main gas line. Mr. Graham came in and in a matter of minutes mapped how to do the necessary repairs much quicker and less costly than other companies offered. Technicians followed up and carried out the job to completion efficiently in a professional manner; they answered questions and concerns presented to them without any hesitation. Office representatives were polite and willing to explain details during the process.Joseph Grisales, Google Review
Then one of our guys would come out to your home. We would pressure-test your house, and search for the leak. That involves pumping up the the gas line system with air pressure, and then spraying the lines with soap, and checking for leaks. We’d locate the leak and make the repair.
Then we’d call it back in for an inspection. A city inspector would come out and check for leaks. Then CenterPoint will come out and put your meter on, once it’s been released by the city.
If you have any questions, feel free to call us at Graham Plumbing Services, 281 302-6710.