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Hello To all,
To those of you who do gas work on Long Island. It seems that National Grid has put a hold on all new gas installations (to my understanding). Which means no new pool heaters, generators, boilers or gas meter upgrades.
What are most of you doing about it? I have a generator that I was going to start this week but it needs a meter upgrade for the new load. So I postponed the job until the gas restrictions are lifted. The homeowner was not very happy about that.
Do you think the work should be done and keep the under sized meter or not? I choose not to do the work because of the undersized meter.
The existing meter is 250CFM, new generator is 299,000 and the existing load (boiler, w/h, oven, dryer) is about 355,000 BTU's.
Thanks for the input.