We provide service options that fit your project.

Service options

I have a gas service pipe, but need a meter.

Download an application and return it via fax to the New Service Group at 920-430-6070 or email (NewServiceApplications@peoplesgasdelivery.com).

  • Make sure you have the following information available:
  • Load information in cubic-feet-per-hour (CFH): Include any special pressure requirements for commercial appliances, rooftop units and natural gas generators.
  • Service pipe location(s): Let us know your desired location(s) by referencing the nearest lot line. We'll try to accommodate you.
  • Responsible person: Tell us who is in charge of the project or the utility site details. Examples include: the owner, project manager, construction superintendent, mechanical contractor, HVAC contractor or plumber.
  • Business information: We need your tax identification number and relevant financial information to set up your account.

We will contact you within three business days of receiving the request.

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I have a gas service pipe, but want to remove the meter.

Requests to have meters removed can be submitted via fax to the New Service Group at 920-430-6070 or email (NewServiceApplications@peoplesgasdelivery.com).

We will contact you within three business days of receiving the request.

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I have a gas service pipe and meter, and want the meter relocated.

The ideal location for the gas meter is on the front of the house or 4 feet back on the side of the house. It should be 3 to 4 feet from any electric source, including electric meters, air-conditioning units or electric outlets.

To request relocation of one or two meters, call 866-556-6001. If you want to relocate three or more meters, contact the Developer's Task Force at NewServiceApplications@peoplesgasdelivery.com.

We will contact you within three business days of receiving the request.

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I have a gas service pipe, but want it relocated.

For help with your project — including equipment suggestions, site plan reviews and technical support — contact the New Service Group at 773-542-7923. We can help you avoid costly delays and problems.

  • Download an application and fax it to the New Service Group at 920-430-6070 or scan it and email it to NewServiceApplications@peoplesgasdelivery.com.
  • Contact your construction coordinator and schedule an appointment to meet at job site.
  • Make sure you have the following information available:
    • Load information in cubic-feet-per-hour (CFH): Include any special pressure requirements for commercial appliances, rooftop units and natural gas generators.
    • Service pipe location(s): Let us know your desired location(s) by referencing the nearest lot line. We'll try to accommodate you.
    • Responsible person: Tell us who is in charge of the project or the utility site details. Examples include: the owner, project manager, construction superintendent, mechanical contractor, HVAC contractor or plumber.
    • Detailed utility site plan: Provide final plans that show where easements, property lines and other utility lines are located. For example: fuel, water, sewer, telephone, electric, etc. This reduces design time and the possibility of changes later.
    • Business information: We need your tax identification number and relevant financial information to set up your account.
  • Before you dig, call 312-744-7000.

Please schedule your service pipe installation when the foundation is poured and back-filled. This way, our service crews can complete their work before other trades are on the job site.

For safety reasons, our crews will not install service if: debris, lumber or scaffolding are present in the work area, the requested meter location fails to meet minimum clearances, or the fuel line fails a pressure test. Working closely with your construction coordinator will help you avoid any unexpected delays.

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I need a new gas service pipe and meter.

The ideal location for the gas meter is on the front of the house, or 4 feet back on the side of the house. It should be 3 to 4 feet from any electric source, including electric meters, air-conditioning units or electric outlets.

For assistance with your project — including equipment recommendations, site plan reviews and technical support — please identify your location and contact the New Service Group at 773-542-7923. The experts at Peoples Gas can help you avoid costly delays and problems down the road.

  • Download an application and fax it to your construction coordinator.
  • Contact your construction coordinator and schedule an appointment to meet at job site.
  • Make sure you have the following information available:
    • Load information in cubic-feet-per-hour (CFH): Include any special pressure requirements for commercial appliances, rooftop units and natural gas generators.
    • Service pipe location(s): Let us know your desired location(s) by referencing the nearest lot line. We'll try to accommodate you.
    • Responsible person: Tell us who is in charge of the project or the utility site details. Examples include: the owner, project manager, construction superintendent, mechanical contractor, HVAC contractor or plumber.
    • Detailed utility site plan: Provide final plans that show where easements, property lines and other utility lines are located. For example: fuel, water, sewer, telephone, electric, etc. This reduces design time and the possibility of changes later.
    • Business information: We need your tax identification number and relevant financial information to set up your account.
  • Before you dig, call 312-744-7000.

Please schedule your service pipe installation when the foundation is poured and back-filled. This way, our service crews can complete their work before other trades are on the job site.

For safety reasons, our crews will not install service if: debris, lumber or scaffolding are present in the work area, the requested meter location fails to meet minimum clearances, or the fuel line fails a pressure test. Working closely with your construction coordinator will help you avoid any unexpected delays.

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I have a gas service pipe and meter, but want to wreck/demolish the building.

Fill out the service pipe disconnection form and submit via fax (312-240-7221) or email (servicepipedesk@integrysgroup.com).

We will notify you when your order has been received.

Please note: We need 10-15 business days for verification before ending service. Also a $750 service fee will need to be paid prior to disconnection.

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