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Digging season is here.Summer is in full effect. Contractors, plumbers, landscapers and homeowners have already begun or are planning projects that involve digging. Peoples Natural Gas reminds you to know what's below. Call before you dig!


State law requires that you call 811 at least three business days before digging. Your 811 phone call to the toll-free Pennsylvania One Call System alerts participating utilities of your work plans.

Damaged gas lines can interrupt service. Damage to electric lines can cause power outages. Utility companies can help prevent potential accidents by coming out to mark the approximate location of their facilities before you dig.

"Peoples is committed to community and customer safety," said Barry Kukovich, Peoples' Manager of Communications and Community Affairs. "Knowing what's below by calling 811 before digging is the most important step in preventing underground utility incidents

Every digging project, no matter how large or small, warrants a free call to 811.

Here are some examples of when you should call 811:

· Installing a fence, mailbox, yard sign, flag pole or pole for a basketball hoop.

· Installing a deck, porch, patio, swimming pool or garage.

· Installing a sprinkler system, pet perimeter fence, septic tank, leech bed or sand mount.

· Planting trees or bushes.




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