The undersigned hereby requests Austell Gas System to supply gas service as stated herein; and  agrees to abide by and be bound by Austell Gas System’s Rules and Regulations on file with the  Gas System for such service. 

Permission is hereby granted to the agents, employees and officials of Austell Gas System and its  Gas Board to install, service, operate and maintain gas supply lines, meters, regulators and other  facilities necessary and appropriate to supply gas service to the undersigned; and if necessary,  remove same should gas service be discontinued for any reason. The undersigned authorizes  employees and agents of Austell Gas System the express right to enter undersigned’s exterior  premises for the purpose of reading meters, exchanging meters and regulators, safety  inspections and other reasons necessary to continuous and safe gas service.  

The information provided herein is true and correct to the best of the undersigned’s knowledge  and ability. The undersigned understands that the cost of service is contingent upon, and will be  relied upon, information presented herein, including the stated initial uses of gas; and further,  the undersigned understands that if actuals are different from those stated herein, the cost of  service may be different from those quoted.  

The undersigned acknowledges that Austell Gas System has presented written information  regarding his/her right to have an access flow-valve (EFV) installed on their service line. This  notification only applies to residential gas delivered through single service lines. “EFV  Notification Issued”.  

The undersigned authorizes Austell Gas System to discontinue service it may be rendering upon  failure by the undersigned to pay for service rendered at any address.  

It is expressly agreed that Austell Gas System and its officials, agents and employees including  those of the Austell Gas Board shall not be liable for any accident, damage or failure occurring  beyond the outlet side of the meter. 


Excess Flow Valves (EFV’s) are mechanical shut-off devices that can be installed in the natural  gas pipe running to the gas meter at your property (the service line). An EFV is designed to shut  off MOST of the flow of natural gas automatically if the service line breaks, for example, by an  excavation accident. Stopping the flow of gas from a broken service line significantly reduces the  risk of natural gas fire, explosion, personal injury and/or property damage.  

You may request that Austell Gas System install an excess flow valve on the service line to your  property.  

If you notify Austell Gas that you want an EFV we will contact you to discuss your specific  situation and the cost of installation and maintenance. EFV’s cannot be installed on some  service lines due to high gas flow, low pressure or other factors. If you request an EFV Austell  Gas will inform you if your service line can accommodate an EFV.