in Southern California
Gas Shut-Off Valve Installations
California State License #311690
Seismic Valve Installation Price list by COUNTY
Regular Customers (Agents, Insurance)
January 1st, 2015
Standard Seismic Valve Installation
up to 1 1/4”
|*City of Beverly Hills & Long Beach
|City of Santa Monica
|Orange & Ventura County
|Riverside & San Bernardino County
|*City of Palm Springs & Desert Communities
|Kern, Santa Barbara & San Diego County
Non-Standard Seismic Valve installations
in LA County
City of Beverly Hills, Culver,
Long Beach, Orange County, Ventura County, Riverside
County & San
Bernardino County ADD $100.00 to prices below.
City of Santa Monica, Palm Springs,
Desert Communities, Kern County, Santa Barbara & San
Diego County ADD $200.00 to prices below.
|1 1/4” High Flow Standard
|Meter Under Install
|Field Set w/Post
|Meter in Curb w/riser
|Meter in Curb w/no riser
|1 1/2” Install
|1 1/2” Field Set w/Post
|2” Field Set w/Post
Gas meters located outside and
within 3 feet of the home, are considered standard
installations. Service man will quote additional
price for other types of installs. Non-standard
installations are where the meters are located
in curbs, remote locations, under homes, covered
in bushes or valves that are 1 ½” or
larger etc. etc.
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Long Does Installation Take?
Standard Installations take approximately one hour.
What Is A Standard Installation?
Standard Installations are those where a single freestanding meter is next
to a house or building.
What Is A Non-Standard Installation?
1.) Where 1-1/2" or 2" valves are required.
2.) Where there are multiple meter headers.
3.) When gas meters are installed in curb vaults.
4.) When gas meters are under a house or building (normally referred to as
5.) When gas meters are standing alone in open areas (normally referred to
as Field Sets).