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To begin the process of adding or replacing natural gas equipment in your commercial property, you’ll need to follow the steps below:
- Determine the MBTU per hour and delivery pressure in psi (pounds per square inch) for each natural gas appliance you will keep and/or add.
Note: You can do this yourself or you can contact your HVAC contractor, engineer, or facilities manager to get this information.
- Complete the Service Information Request Form, which will detail your anticipated gas equipment, delivery pressure and general service requirements.
- Submit the completed Service Information Request Form to email@example.com.
- Washington Gas will perform the required cost-benefit analysis for the project per the governing tariff in your jurisdiction (DC, MD or VA).
- Once the evaluation is complete, you will receive a Customer Commitment Letter (CCL) from Washington Gas.
- Sign and return the CCL, along with the required contribution, if any.
- Washington Gas applies for all necessary permits and permissions.
- A Washington Gas underground contractor will contact you to schedule the gas line installation.
- Upon completion of the underground gas service, call your Washington Gas project manager or sales rep and request gas meter.
- The gas lines within the structure (house line) must be inspected by the proper code authority of your jurisdiction. Your installer is responsible for tie-in.