How Much Does It Cost to Move a Gas Meter?


The cost to move a gas meter can get a bit expensive depending on one's location. However, one should expect to pay at least £500 from the meter company.
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To move a gas meter, a licensed plumber or gas fitter must be hired. Most plumbers or gas fitters would charge around five hundred pounds (£500) to seven hundred pounds (£700).
A gas meter is used to measure the volume of fuel gases such as natural gas and propane. Gas meters are used at residential, commercial, and industrial buildings that consume fuel gas supplied by a gas utility. For non-standard alteration-medium gas usage, it costs £400 while for non-standard alteration-large gas usage, it costs £553
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1. Select a new location for the gas meter. Take into consideration proximity to the home, accessibility for the homeowner as well as Atmos Energy personnel, and any future building
The meter is the property of your supplier. In no way shape or form is anyone other than the Gas Board or their contractors allowed to move a meter. Forget about Corgi they no longer
It is different from one country to another. But it is typically about 200USD per 1000 m3. Here, keep in mind one thing that it is for international selling price, domestic price
If you mean the gas line bringing gas to the meter, then the gas company will have to move the line for you, and they will be the ones to quote you a price. prices for moving gas
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