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Working on Pipes


Peoples is expanding our service into new areas throughout Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Kentucky, so that we can provide new gas service to existing homes and businesses that previously did not have service. We are also continuously updating aging pipelines to create a safer service for our customers and to help protect the environment.

Is the project done?

In order to complete pipeline placement and restoration, each project goes through several phases. Before construction begins, we will notify residents in the affected area that we will be doing work. You can see a sample outreach letter here

Once the pipe has been laid, we often must use a "temporary fix" before we can come back and complete the process. There are many factors that can affect the timeline of a project, especially the weather! But rest assured, we'll be back as soon as possible to complete the job.

Once we finish the "permanent fix," the area will be as good as new—if not better! We are committed to returning things to their former state, if not better than before we did any construction. So while the area might be a bit messy during the process, we ask you to bear with us. It is well worth the wait to have a new or improved section of pipeline that will benefit your area for years to come.

Take a look at our photo gallery to see the difference between an ongoing project and a permanent fix.

  • This series of photos illustrate what you can expect to see as we're working on pipelines.

  • Ongoing project

  • Permanent fix