Cape Cod Natural Gas Moratorium Has Been Lifted

Applications for Cape Cod Natural Gas Conversions Can Now Be Accepted

The moratorium on Cape Cod natural gas conversions has been lifted. This involves new gas conversions and expansions in the towns of Orleans, Harwich, Eastham, Brewster, Chatham and Dennis. National Grid expects to complete its $70 million replacement of 18.2 miles of gas main on the Cape by 2020. You can check out this article from the Cape Cod Times to learn more about the previous natural gas moratorium.

Now that the natural gas moratorium is lifted, customers can make the changes necessary to convert to natural gas. In order to get your house ready for natural gas on the Mid to Lower Cape, you will need to get in touch with a licensed professional, such as Hall Oil Gas & Electric. As we wrote in a previous blog post, there are some important considerations that you need to keep in mind when converting from propane to natural gas, including:

  • Updates to Appliances
  • Impact on your Yard
  • Propane Tank Removal
  • The Need for Professional Installation

As a result, it is extremely important that you seek the help of a professional if you need to get natural gas ready. Don’t try to make these adjustments on your own.

Hall Oil Gas & Electric: Your Cape Cod Natural Gas Conversion Professional

Hall Oil Gas and Electric is licensed to perform natural gas conversions for customers within our service area of Cape Cod. Our team of certified technicians have completed all regulatory requirements to offer professional propane-to-gas conversions. When you choose Hall Oil for your natural gas conversion, you are guaranteed prompt and friendly service, every time.

Now that the natural gas moratorium is over, if you’re thinking about moving forward with a natural gas conversion, consider using Hall Oil Gas & Electric to get you ready. Visit us at our office location in South Dennis, call us at 508-398-3831, or contact us online for more information.