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After the storm: call 811 before you dig

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If you smell natural gas on or near your property, leave the area immediately and call Okaloosa Gas at 850-729-4700 or dial 911. Our crews are ready to serve our valued customers and community.

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Now the storm has passed, most people have recovery on their minds. Many residents in our area have repairs to make, which may require digging to accomplish. It is vitally important before doing any digging – either on your own or by a contractor – to call and have all the utility lines spotted on your property.

You can help avoid interruptions to your natural gas service, and other utilities, as well as damage to gas lines, by dialing 811 BEFORE you dig! (This number does not connect you to Okaloosa Gas District and should not be used to request emergency services.) The underground pipeline will be located for you at no charge; however, please give at least 48 hours’ notice before you plan to dig.

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“We understand repairs to homes and businesses are paramount during storm recovery,” said Eddie Springle, Vice President of Marketing & Customer Service. “Our customer’s safety is our #1 priority and we encourage all property owners to make their property safe while keeping themselves safe. However, breaking working lines for any utility will only delay the recovery process for you and your neighbors,” he continued.

If you smell natural gas on or near your property, leave the area immediately and call Okaloosa Gas at 850-729-4700 or dial 911. Our crews are ready to serve our valued customers and community.

For more information on storm safety for natural gas customers, visit our safety page at www.okaloosagas.com.

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