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To request the covering of the electrical service wires while doing work near your service entrance, the customer and/or contractor will need to complete an application or call us directly. Please be prepared to provide the following information:

  • Customer name, mailing address, phone number and daytime contact information
  • Address of service location
  • Electrician name, phone and fax numbers
  • Contractor name, phone and fax numbers
  • Type of work being performed requiring cover up

General Information:

  • The customer/contractor may request the electrical wires be covered while working near the wires. There may be costs associated with covering the electrical lines.
  • If there is excessive cover up required (normally this occurs along a roadway on our main line for crane operation), there may be additional charges.
  • There are no costs associated with covering or removing the service line for tree trimming and/or tree removal.

Customer Responsibilities:

  • If roofing or siding near a service entrance, there is a cost associated with covering the wires. Please call our office to inquire about the applicable costs. If there is excessive work required (sometime along a roadway for crane operation), there may be additional charges.
  • You must sign and submit a completed safety release form along with your initial request. You will be prompted to download and submit this release once you have filled out the form below.
  • We accept personal checks, MasterCard or Visa. To apply for credit card payment, please fill out our online form. Please allow at least one week for scheduling once payment and a completed safety released has been received.
  • Although lines may be covered, OSHA still requires equipment (i.e.: ladders, scaffolding) and unqualified personnel to stay a minimum of three feet away from our insulated service lines that run to a residence (normally energized at less than 300 volts) and ten feet away from our primary conductors.

Please call our office once your work is completed and you are ready to have the cover removed. In Massachusetts, please call 888-301-7700 ext. 3252. In New Hampshire, dial 800-582-7276.

Additional charges may apply depending on the type of work incurring the cover-up request.
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