I have lived in my house in Silver Spring MD
for last ten years, a pole mounted gas lamp
in front yard has always been inoperative.
What is involved in safely removing it
with respect to the gas feed? Where is
this type of appliance connected to the gas
Chuckle- in many areas they may actually <own> the lamp. (well, technically,
at least.) 'Charmglow', or some similar silly word, right? I remember as a
kid in the 60s, the Gas Company installed the damn things by the thousands
in the new subdivision tract houses, as advertising that the houses were
'clean and natural gas heat'. They were a little fussy to set up and
maintain, so each new homeowner got a sticker of who to call for upkeep on
the thing. They never did impress me much. Likely to be a tiny side tap
near gas meter feed, or close to where gas line goes through basement wall.
replying to trader_4, propertymanagementtips wrote:
Kind of a rude comment. Personally, just ran into a situation where an HOA
notified us that the lantern has to be working (new board, now enforcing long
forgotten rules) so I stumbled on this thread which gave us some good ideas on
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