Business Development Services
We have the construction resources you need to get natural gas to your next project. We’re here to support you from installation services to meter placement and efficient gas appliances.
Contact us for assistance in bringing natural gas service to your development.
We’ll help with:
- The application process and procedures
- Coordinating site plan reviews with our engineering team
- Determining the appropriate sizing requirements
- Scheduling throughout the project
- Arranging for meter sets to be completed (typically within 72 hours of your call, excluding weekends and holidays).
York County Natural Gas Authority will normally extend service lines up to 300 feet provided central heating system (gas pack or central furnace) and water heat are installed.
If the service line requires directional borings, creek, bridge or railroad crossings, or any other obstacle, then it is not considered a normal service line and may require aid-in-construction fees. A service line request may be denied if these obstacles prove to be physically or financially prohibitive.
For any request beyond 300 feet, an aid-in-construction fee will be charged.
Meter & Piping Information
Standard Residential Meter Set
YCNGA is prohibited from installing a meter without evidence that the piping has been tested, inspected and approved in accordance with the appropriate codes. The installation of the house piping is subject to inspection and approval by an authorized representative of the municipal or county regulatory agency having jurisdiction.
The term house piping refers to pipes installed between the meter and each natural gas appliance located in the home. The customer is responsible for the installation and maintenance of all piping from the meter to your natural gas equipment (i.e. space heater, water heater or stove, etc.). YCNGA is licensed to install house piping to any appliance that we sell. Please contact our Sales and Installation Department for additional questions regarding house piping.