Do I need to have any plumbing work done in conjunction with the meter replacement?

Usually not. The new meters are the same size as the existing ones, so we don’t expect problems. You should have a working valve before the meter, the valve in the basement is customer owned and if it not working right, the utility may shut the water off at the curb box for the meter installation.

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1. Why is the Utility replacing meters?
2. What is this going to cost me?
3. Will anyone need to enter my home?
4. What will the Utility Servicemen need to do to replace the meter?
5. When will the meter replacement be scheduled?
6. Do I need to have any plumbing work done in conjunction with the meter replacement?
7. Must an adult be home at the time of the appointment?
8. What if I encounter a problem with the newly installed meter?